“Hurricane Cindy” 17,18 September 1963. 12.5 million dollars damage. The name Cindy has been used for 7 Tropical storms, 2 hurricanes & 1 ass kicking WOD.

IRIDIUM CrossFit – CrossFit

Hurricane Cindy was the first hurricane to form in the Gulf of Mexico since 1960. The third named storm of the 1963 Atlantic hurricane season, Cindy developed within a trough as a tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico on 16 September. The disturbance swiftly intensified to hurricane strength, with a distinct eye becoming visible on satellite imagery as it drifted north-northwestwards toward the Texas coastline. Despite favorable conditions, with high sea surface temperatures, the storm only intensified into a Category 1 hurricane. After peaking with 1-minute maximum sustained winds of 80 mph (130 km/h), it made landfall at High Island on the morning of 17 September as a slightly weaker system with an atmospheric pressure of 996 mbar (hPa; 29.41 inHg). Cindy remained nearly stationary for almost a day, dropping copious rainfall over the Texas coastal plain, before finally turning west-southwestward and dissipating west of Corpus Christi on 20 September.

Cindy (AMRAP – Rounds and Reps)

20-Minute AMRAP of:
5 Pull-ups
10 Push-ups
15 Squats

Hard Cindy (AMRAP – Rounds and Reps)

20-Minute AMRAP of:

5 Weighted pull-ups, 35 pounds

10 Push-ups with feet on 30″ box

15 Squats holding a 45 pound plate