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CaneTrackerInSoFl
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quick reminder
      #47814 - Fri Aug 12 2005 10:56 PM

If you count the one that hit Brazil a few years ago then yes.

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Andrew 1992, Irene 1999, Katrina 2005, Wilma 2005



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Re: quick reminder [Re: CaneTrackerInSoFl]
      #47815 - Fri Aug 12 2005 11:10 PM

Brazil Hurricane of '04

and

NOAA NHC FAQ entry on that same storm


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