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#Harvey and #92L both struggling against higher shear and drier air, but environment may improve for them next week
# of days since last Hurricane Landfall - US: Any 315 (Matthew) , Major: 4317 (11 y 9 m) (Wilma) Florida - Any: 351 (Hermine) Major: 4317 (11 y 9 m) (Wilma)
13.9N 68.1W
Wind: 40MPH
Pres: 1007mb
W at 22 mph
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List of Atlantic Basin Storms for 2017

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2017 Season Count: 8/2/0
# Storm From To Max Windspeed Min Pressure Google Map Animated Plot Extra
1Tropical Storm Arlene04/19/201704/21/2017
50 MPH
993mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC] 
2Tropical Storm Bret06/18/201706/20/2017
45 MPH
1005mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC] 
3Tropical Storm Cindy06/19/201706/22/2017
60 MPH
992mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC]5 recordings
4Tropical Depression Four07/05/201707/07/2017
30 MPH
1008mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC] 
5Tropical Storm Don07/17/201707/18/2017
50 MPH
1007mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC]1 recording
6Tropical Storm Emily07/31/201708/01/2017
45 MPH
1005mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC]1 recording
7Hurricane Franklin08/06/201708/10/2017
85 MPH
983mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC]4 recordings
8Hurricane Gert08/12/201708/17/2017
105 MPH
967mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC] 
9Tropical Storm Harvey08/17/201708/19/2017
40 MPH
1004mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC]1 recording
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