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      #88009 - Wed Jun 30 2010 12:50 PM

Your guess was good enough.

Can I ask a question...When was the last time a Hurricane became one in late June and was still one in July??? Thanks


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Re: Alex Forecast Lounge [Re: Guest]
      #88011 - Wed Jun 30 2010 01:13 PM

Storm #2, June 27th to July 7th, 1933.

Another similar track was Hurricane Alice in 1954.

Hurricane Alice - from UNISYS

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