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Super Typhoon Hagupit – Western Pacific

Updated: Wind: 149 MPH | Location: 9.3N 224.8E | Movement: WNW More Information: Tracking Map Public Advisory Discussion Coordinates Computer Models

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2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season Fast Facts – ErieTVNews

ErieTVNews 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season Fast Facts ErieTVNews The 2014 Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30. The areas covered include the North Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea. The National Weather Service defines a hurricane as “an intense tropical weather system with …

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Tropical Storm Hagupit – Western Pacific

Updated: Wind: 40 MPH | Location: 5.5N 209.3E | Movement: WNW More Information: Tracking Map Public Advisory Discussion Coordinates Computer Models

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2014 Hurricane Season in Review – The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel 2014 Hurricane Season in Review The Weather Channel In the Atlantic basin, just nine tropical cyclones formed in 2014, of which eight were named (Tropical Depression Two was the exception). On both counts it was the sparsest Atlantic hurricane season since 1997, when there were also eight named and nine … Quiet 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season Comes to a Close Live Science Quiet Atlantic hurricane season — and turbulent Pacific one — near end Los Angeles Times Florida’s hurricane lucky streak continues Tampabay.com CBS Local  - KTRK-TV  - TBO.com all 58 news articles »

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2014 Hurricane Season in Review: Eight Things We’ll Remember | The Weather … – The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel 2014 Hurricane Season in Review: Eight Things We’ll Remember | The Weather … The Weather Channel In the Atlantic basin, just nine tropical cyclones formed in 2014, of which eight were named (Tropical Depression Two was the exception). On both counts it was the sparsest Atlantic hurricane season since 1997, when there were also eight named and nine …

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How UNT senior Cyril Lemon rose from flood waters of Hurricane Katrina – Dallas Morning News

Dallas Morning News How UNT senior Cyril Lemon rose from flood waters of Hurricane Katrina Dallas Morning News North Texas Mean Green wide receiver Darnell Smith (80) reacts with offensive linesman Cyril Lemon (62) after scoring a touchdown against the Georgia Bulldogs during the second quarter at Sanford Stadium. UNT’s Lemon finds his way after displaced from Hurricane Katrina Denton Record Chronicle all 2 news articles »

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Hurricane season along the East Coast, Gulf of Mexico set to end with a whimper – CBS News

CBS News Hurricane season along the East Coast, Gulf of Mexico set to end with a whimper CBS News The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced that the Atlantic hurricane season which ends November 30 “will be remembered as a relatively quiet season” with only two major hurricanes (winds above 111 miles per hour) and six …

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Hurricane season along the East Coast, Gulf of Mexico set to end with a whimper – CBS News

Weak hurricane season to end Sunday – Palm Beach Daily News

Weak hurricane season to end Sunday Palm Beach Daily News There were six hurricanes , one of which – Arthur — made landfall near Cape Lookout, N.C., on July 3 with wind gusts of up to 101 mph. Arthur also brought gusts of over 60 mph to coastal New England as it churned out to sea. Arthur formed about 100 …

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Quiet Atlantic hurricane season spares US for ninth year running – Reuters

Quiet Atlantic hurricane season spares US for ninth year running Reuters MIAMI (Reuters) – A combination of cooler seas and a quiet West African monsoon season made for a less active Atlantic hurricane season, giving the South and East Coasts of the United States one of their lengthiest reprieves in history from a major …

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Manage All Locations – The Weather Channel

Manage All Locations The Weather Channel When ranking hurricanes by strength, the obvious choice is to compare wind speeds. But since measurements of the most extreme winds are difficult to obtain, we instead compare hurricanes by their lowest central pressure, a measure that has a strong … and more »

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