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Joaquin Pulls Away From Bermuda. Warnings Discontinued. Elsehwere Mostly Quiet
Number of days since last Hurricane Landfall in US: 459 (Arthur) , in Florida: 3634 (9 y 11 m) (Wilma)
39.0N 56.9W
Wind: 80MPH
Pres: 974mb
Ene at 23 mph
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List of Atlantic Basin Storms for 2015

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Storm From To Max Windspeed Min Pressure Google Map Animated Plot
Subtropical Storm Ana05/07/201505/10/201560 MPH998mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC]
Tropical Storm Bill06/15/201506/17/201560 MPH997mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC]
Tropical Storm Claudette07/13/201507/14/201550 MPH1004mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC]
Hurricane Danny08/18/201508/24/2015115 MPH974mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC]
Tropical Storm Erika08/24/201508/29/201550 MPH1003mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC]
Hurricane Fred08/30/201509/06/201585 MPH986mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC]
Tropical Storm Grace09/05/201509/09/201550 MPH1002mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC]
Tropical Storm Henri09/09/201509/11/201540 MPH1008mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC]
Tropical Depression Nine09/16/201509/19/201535 MPH1006mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC]
Tropical Storm Ida09/18/201509/27/201550 MPH1003mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC]
Hurricane Joaquin09/27/201510/06/2015155 MPH931mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ] [NHC]
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