While hurricanes are widely perceived as primarily a threat to warmer locales, New York is no stranger to storm damage.
In 2004, Hurricanes Ivan, Frances and Jeanne all caused damage to coastal areas of the state as did Hurricane Gloria in 1985, Hurricane Donna in1960 and the Great New England Hurricane of 1938.
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