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Tropical Storm Fay forms off the North Carolina coast.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 310 (Dorian) , Major: 640 (Michael) Florida - Any: 640 (Michael) Major: 640 (Michael)
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List of Atlantic Basin Storms for 2004

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2004 Season Count: 15/8/6
# Storm From To Max Windspeed Min Pressure Google Map
1Hurricane Alex07/31/200408/06/2004
120 MPH
957mb[ Map ] 
2Tropical Storm Bonnie08/03/200408/12/2004
65 MPH
1000mb[ Map ] 
3Hurricane Charley08/09/200408/15/2004
145 MPH
941mb[ Map ] 
4Hurricane Danielle08/13/200408/21/2004
105 MPH
970mb[ Map ] 
5Tropical Storm Earl08/13/200408/16/2004
45 MPH
1005mb[ Map ] 
6Hurricane Frances08/24/200409/05/2004
145 MPH
935mb[ Map ] 
7Tropical Storm Gaston08/27/200409/01/2004
70 MPH
991mb[ Map ] 
8Tropical Storm Hermine08/29/200408/31/2004
50 MPH
1000mb[ Map ] 
9Hurricane Ivan09/02/200409/24/2004
165 MPH
910mb[ Map ] 
10Tropical Depression Ten09/09/200409/09/2004
35 MPH
1013mb[ Map ] 
11Hurricane Jeanne09/13/200409/27/2004
120 MPH
950mb[ Map ] 
12Hurricane Karl09/16/200409/24/2004
140 MPH
938mb[ Map ] 
13Hurricane Lisa09/19/200410/02/2004
75 MPH
987mb[ Map ] 
14Tropical Storm Matthew10/08/200410/10/2004
45 MPH
997mb[ Map ] 
15Subtropical Storm Nicole10/10/200410/11/2004
50 MPH
988mb[ Map ] 
16Tropical Storm Otto11/30/200412/02/2004
50 MPH
993mb[ Map ] 
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