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List of Atlantic Basin Storms for 2018

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2018 Season Count: 10/5/1
# Storm From To Max Windspeed Min Pressure Google Map Animated Plot Extra
1Subtropical Storm Alberto05/25/201805/31/2018
65 MPH
990mb[ Map ][ Plot ] [NHC]1 recording
2Hurricane Beryl07/05/201807/15/2018
80 MPH
994mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ][ Floater ] [NHC] 
3Hurricane Chris07/06/201807/12/2018
105 MPH
970mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ][ Floater ] [NHC] 
4Tropical Storm Debby08/07/201808/09/2018
50 MPH
1000mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ][ Floater ] [NHC] 
5Subtropical Storm Ernesto08/15/201808/18/2018
45 MPH
999mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ][ Floater ] [NHC] 
6Hurricane Florence08/30/201809/18/2018
140 MPH
939mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ][ Floater ] [NHC]25 recordings
7Tropical Storm Gordon09/02/201809/07/2018
70 MPH
997mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ][ Floater ] [NHC]3 recordings
8Hurricane Helene09/07/201809/16/2018
110 MPH
966mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ][ Floater ] [NHC] 
9Hurricane Isaac09/07/201809/15/2018
75 MPH
993mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ][ Floater ] [NHC] 
10Tropical Storm Joyce09/12/201809/18/2018
50 MPH
997mb[ Map ][ Plot ][ Skeet ][ Floater ] [NHC] 
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