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2016 Atlantic Storm Names

The Atlantic tropical storm season runs from 6/1 - 11/30

Alex - Jan 15

Bonnie - May 28

Colin - June 5

Danielle - June 19

Earl - August 2

Fiona - August 17

Gaston - August 22

Hermine - Aug 30

Ian - Sep 12

Julia - Sep 13

 Karl - Sep 14

Lisa - Sep 19

Matthew - Sep 28

Nicole - Oct 4

Otto - Nov 21

Paula

Richard

Shary

Tobias

Virginie

Walter

 

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Peak tropical storm season is around September 10th

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Wind speed less than 39 MPH

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Wind speed between 39 MPH and 73 MPH

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