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Watching 98L in the Gulf as Cristobal continues out to sea.
Number of days since last Hurricane Landfall in US: 55 (Arthur) , in Florida: 3229 (8 y 10 m) (Wilma)
34.6N 69.0W
Wind: 75MPH
Pres: 984mb
Moving:
Ne at 20 mph
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List of Atlantic Basin Storms for 2004

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Storm From To Max Windspeed Min Pressure Google Map
Hurricane Alex07/31/200408/06/2004120 MPH957mb[ Map ]
Tropical Storm Bonnie08/03/200408/12/200465 MPH1000mb[ Map ]
Hurricane Charley08/09/200408/15/2004145 MPH941mb[ Map ]
Hurricane Danielle08/13/200408/21/2004105 MPH970mb[ Map ]
Tropical Storm Earl08/13/200408/16/200445 MPH1005mb[ Map ]
Hurricane Frances08/24/200409/05/2004145 MPH935mb[ Map ]
Tropical Storm Gaston08/27/200409/01/200470 MPH991mb[ Map ]
Tropical Storm Hermine08/29/200408/31/200450 MPH1000mb[ Map ]
Hurricane Ivan09/02/200409/24/2004165 MPH910mb[ Map ]
Tropical Depression Ten09/09/200409/09/200435 MPH1013mb[ Map ]
Hurricane Jeanne09/13/200409/27/2004120 MPH950mb[ Map ]
Hurricane Karl09/16/200409/24/2004140 MPH938mb[ Map ]
Hurricane Lisa09/19/200410/02/200475 MPH987mb[ Map ]
Tropical Storm Matthew10/08/200410/10/200445 MPH997mb[ Map ]
Subtropical Storm Nicole10/10/200410/11/200450 MPH988mb[ Map ]
Tropical Storm Otto11/30/200412/02/200450 MPH993mb[ Map ]
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