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Re: Hurricane Stuff
      Tue Aug 09 2011 03:32 PM

While researching ED's question. I came across the following Category 4 and 5 Major hurricanes that are still on the rotating list of active names. Interesting.


Name; Season; Month; Max. sustained winds(Knots) (km/h) (mph); Minimum pressure(mbar)


Hurricane Helene 1958 September 115 215 130 934
Hurricane Harvey 1981 September 115 215 130 946
Hurricane Debby 1982 September 115 215 130 950
Hurricane Gabrielle 1989 August, September 125 230 145 927
Hurricane Claudette 1991 September 115 215 130 946
Hurricane Edouard 1996 August, September 125 230 145 933
Hurricane Bret 1999 August 125 230 145 944
Hurricane Cindy 1999 August 120 220 140 942
Hurricane Gert 1999 September 130 240 150 930
Hurricane Isaac 2000 September, October 120 220 144 943
Hurricane Omar 2008 October 115 230 135 958
Hurricane Bill 2009 August 115 230 135 943
Hurricane Danielle 2010 August 115 215 135 942
Hurricane Earl 2010 August, September 125 230 145 928
Hurricane Julia 2010 September 120 215 140 948
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Cat 5
Hurricane Emily 2005 July 160mph 260km/h 929mb

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/aboutnames.shtml#atl

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Atlantic_hurricanes

Edited by danielw (Tue Aug 09 2011 03:34 PM)

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