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lawman6713
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named storm 'lifespan'
      #48095 - Wed Aug 17 2005 04:27 AM

I was curious as to whether anyone knows how long the average named storm/hurricane lasts, if there is an average? Irene seems to have been around now for, well it seems to be pushing a couple weeks now, is she pushing some kind of record for duration, if there is such a thing? I guess my question is what is the longest a storm/hurricane has lasted from naming untill it's dissapation.
Any response will be appreciated, thanks.

...Chris in Pacific Northwest


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Hootowl
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Re: named storm 'lifespan' [Re: lawman6713]
      #48099 - Wed Aug 17 2005 07:34 AM

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/index.shtml

Use the above link and scroll down, look at the left hand side under Hurricane History. Lots of neat info and stats.

(Ginger 1971)


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