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Re: Dean and Felix make for 2 Major Hurricanes of the 6 Named this Year
      Sun Sep 02 2007 05:49 PM

Andrew was major storm One of One.




Yeah, there isn't really any significance to this.

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* Dean and Felix make for 2 Major Hurricanes of the 6 Named this Year Multi-Decadal Signal Sun Sep 02 2007 05:49 PM
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