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T.D. Pamela sending abundant moisture into TX and OK w flooding rains likely as well as severe Tstorms and tornadoes possible.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 35 (Nicholas) , Major: 51 (Ida) Florida - Any: 1105 (Michael) Major: 1105 (Michael)
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List of Atlantic Basin Storms for 1964

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(Note there are issues with some of the pre 2004 data in some instances, this will be cleaned up soon)
1964 Season Count: 12/6/6
# Storm From To Max Windspeed Min Pressure Google Map
1Tropical Storm Unnamed06/02/196406/11/1964
60 MPH
N/A[ Map ] 
2Tropical Storm Unnamed07/28/196408/03/1964
50 MPH
N/A[ Map ] 
3Tropical Storm Abby08/05/196408/08/1964
65 MPH
N/A[ Map ] 
4Tropical Storm Brenda08/07/196408/10/1964
50 MPH
N/A[ Map ] 
5Hurricane Cleo08/20/196409/05/1964
155 MPH
N/A[ Map ] 
6Hurricane Dora08/28/196409/15/1964
130 MPH
N/A[ Map ] 
7Hurricane Ethel09/04/196409/16/1964
115 MPH
N/A[ Map ] 
8Tropical Storm Florence09/05/196409/10/1964
45 MPH
N/A[ Map ] 
9Hurricane Gladys09/13/196409/24/1964
145 MPH
N/A[ Map ] 
10Hurricane Hilda09/28/196410/05/1964
150 MPH
N/A[ Map ] 
11Hurricane Isbell10/08/196410/16/1964
125 MPH
N/A[ Map ] 
12Tropical Storm Unnamed11/04/196411/09/1964
40 MPH
N/A[ Map ] 
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