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Atlantic suddenly become quiet again with nothing tropical on the horizon.
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 2006

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2006 Season Count: 9/5/2
# Storm From To Max Windspeed Min Pressure Google Map Animated Plot Extra
1Tropical Storm Alberto06/10/200606/14/2006
70 MPH
995mb[ Map ][ Plot ] [NHC]1 recording
2Tropical Storm Beryl07/18/200607/21/2006
60 MPH
1001mb[ Map ][ Plot ] [NHC] 
3Tropical Storm Chris07/31/200608/05/2006
65 MPH
1001mb[ Map ][ Plot ] [NHC]2 recordings
4Tropical Storm Debby08/21/200608/27/2006
50 MPH
1000mb[ Map ][ Plot ] [NHC] 
5Hurricane Ernesto08/24/200609/01/2006
75 MPH
987mb[ Map ][ Plot ] [NHC]2 recordings
6Hurricane Florence09/03/200609/12/2006
90 MPH
972mb[ Map ][ Plot ] [NHC] 
7Hurricane Gordon09/10/200609/20/2006
120 MPH
955mb[ Map ][ Plot ] [NHC] 
8Hurricane Helene09/12/200609/24/2006
125 MPH
954mb[ Map ][ Plot ] [NHC] 
9Hurricane Isaac09/27/200610/02/2006
80 MPH
985mb[ Map ][ Plot ] [NHC] 
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