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2005 Season records
      #63066 - Tue Oct 25 2005 08:38 AM

Does anyone have a list of all of the records broken this hurricane season 2005?

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Re: 2005 Season records [Re: nls]
      #63067 - Tue Oct 25 2005 10:26 AM

Not an answer, but just noted that most models have something off Central America in 4-5 days.

Survived Carol and Edna '54 in Maine. Guess this kind of dates me!

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Re: 2005 Season records [Re: nls]
      #63395 - Sun Oct 30 2005 04:20 PM

You name it and it's pretty much been a record this season. You'll likely see a complete list come out from the NHC at some point after the season, but included in there are most storms (23 & counting), most cat. 5s (3), most major hurricanes (tied at 7), most hurricanes (13), costliest hurricane (Katrina), strongest hurricane by pressure (Wilma, 882mb), most storms by the end of July (7), and probably a bunch of others. One more US landfall would tie the record for most US landfalling storms in one season with 8.

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