Pensacola, Florida, suffered a major blow in 2004 when Hurricane Ivan tore through the coast. It damaged many roads, homes, and towns. It threatened the unstable psyche of the region when it caused mass destruction. Even though it wasn’t the worst hurricane to tear through Florida, it still caused a considerable amount of damage. A spokeswoman for Gulf Power, Kimberly Blair, said, “every hurricane has its own fingerprint, its own character.” This is true, considering we’ve seen many different storms, hurricanes, and cyclones on this list that have damaged many parts of the world (PNJ).