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Re: How does 2015 compare to 1977?
      Mon Sep 14 2015 02:17 PM

Here is one rather stunning similarity:

Phillip Klotzbach: The globe remains (Named Tropical Cyclone)-free today. The last time that September 12 was free around the globe was 1977

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