In August 1992, Hurricane Andrew made landfall near Homestead, Florida. With winds measured as high as 196 miles per hour, the small hurricane packed a mighty punch, destroying or damaging about 127,000 homes and causing $26.5 billion in damage. At the time, it was America’s most costly natural disaster. According to The Weather Chanel, Hurricane Andrew is considered the fourth worst hurricane in American history. Now, 25 years later, Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria rocked the Atlantic in close succession. In fact, The Weather Channel already lists Harvey as the second costliest American hurricane, with estimated damage ranging from $70 to $108 billion.