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1831 Atlantic hurricane season I. A tropical storm made landfall in northeast Florida on 10 June.

II. A hurricane formed circa 22 June at an unusually low latitude and moved from south Barbados to the Yucatán Peninsula by 28 June.

Great Barbados Hurricane

{{#invoke:main|main}} III. On 10–17 August, an intense Category 4 hurricane left cataclysmic damage across the Caribbean. After striking Barbados on 10 August, this "Great Barbados Hurricane" damaged Saint Vincent (island), Saint Lucia, Martinique. The storm completely destroyed, Saint Johns Parish church and the town of Les Cayes, Haiti and damaged Santiago de Cuba. The hurricane then drove into Louisiana on 17 August. It left 2,500 people dead and $7 million (1831 dollars) in damage.

IV. A strong tropical storm or minimal hurricane struck western Louisiana between 27–30 August.<ref name="CHENOPOEY"/>

V. A hurricane hit near the mouth of the Rio Grande, causing heavy rain over Texas and Mexico.


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