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Atlantic Tropical Activity 1967-2004
      #43196 - Fri Jul 15 2005 01:16 AM

The web link below has some great graphics for the Hurricane Seasons 1995-2005.
http://fermi.jhuapl.edu/hurr/
This link will display a grapic of the seasons 1967-2004.
Storm categories are color coded and include Sub-Tropical storms.
http://fermi.jhuapl.edu/hurr/stormsummary.png
Atlantic Tropical Activity from 1967-2004. Seasons with at least two, Category 2 Hurricanes.

1978 - "E" and "G".
1987- "H" and "J".
1996-"E" and "H".
1999- "B","C","F","G", and "L" Wow!
2000-"I" and "K".
2004-"C", "F" and "K"


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