Hurricane Emily was the 5th named storm and the 2nd hurricane and major and is the strongest storm before August beating it`s record from 2005. That affected the Bahamas.
|Category 5 Major Hurricane|
Emily at peak intensity nearing Nassau in the Bahamas
|Accumulated Cyclone Energy||22.1|
|Highest winds|| 165 |
| Part of the|
2017 Atlantic hurricane season
Meteorological History Edit
On June 19 a low pressure area formed and quickly developed into a on June 21 the depression formed and later that day became Emily. The storm would rapidly intensify into a category 5 hurricane.
In Spring of 2018 the WMO retired the name Emily from the name list never to be used again the name Emily was replaced by Eli for 2023.