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Storm Chaser

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What will be the strongest hurricane this season?
      #17861 - Thu Aug 05 2004 05:08 PM

It terms of wind speed and lowest barometric pressure describe the strongest atlantic basin hurricane in the 2004 season and when the season's up will see who's the most accurate to what it was.

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Edited by Jason234 (Thu Aug 05 2004 09:29 PM)

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Re: What will be the strongest hurricane this season? [Re: Keith234]
      #17875 - Thu Aug 05 2004 07:45 PM

Hey, fellow LIer, s'up.

Can you perhaps define the parameters a bit better...are you looking for a name, a top speed, both? Alex already set the bar pretty high...are you looking for an actual top speed, or just a category? (ie Hurricane Danielle will be a strong CAT IV). or something like...the strongest hurricane in 2004 will reach a top speed of 150 mph?

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Re: What will be the strongest hurricane this season? [Re: LI Phil]
      #34016 - Tue Oct 19 2004 03:43 PM

The strongest hurricane was Ivan which had winds of 165 mph when it entered the gulf of mexico and made landfall in the florida panhandle with winds of 130 mph.

Subtropical Storm Nicole-----50 mph
Tropical Storm Matthew----40 mph/40 mph/near New Orleans,LA
Hurricane Lisa----75 mph-Cat.1
Hurricane Karl----135 mph-Cat.4
Hurricane Jeanne----120 mph-120 mph-Cat.3-near Sewells point,FL
Hurricane Ivan----165 mph-130 mph.-Cat.5-near Gulf shores,AL
Tropical Storm Hermine----50 mph.-40 mph-near Martha's vineyard,MA
Tropical Storm Gaston----70 mph-70 mph-near Charleston,SC
Hurricane Frances----145 mph.-110mph-Sewells point,FL
Tropical Storm Earl----55 mph
Hurricane Danielle----120 mph-Cat.3
Hurricane Charley----145 mph-145 mph-Cat.4-Punta Gorda,FL
Tropical Storm Bonnie----50 mph-45 mph-Apalachicola,FL
Hurricane Alex---120 mph-Cat 3

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