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looks like its hit Depression status, thats Beta, and dissipating.
I believe we are already into the Roman numerals. Last storm was Alpha wasn't? I could be wrong, its hard to keep track anymore.
Last storm was Alpha wasn't?
The 2005 Atlantic hurricane season has shattered many long-standing records, chief among them a record number of named storms (23), requiring the use of the Greek alphabet for the last two storms. There have also been (13) hurricanes so far this season breaking the old record of 12 set in 1969. Another record set was for the most category five hurricanes (3) in a season with Katrina, Rita, and Wilma. Wilma would become the strongest hurricane on record in the Atlantic Basin with a pressure of 882 mb breaking the old record held by Gilbert set in 1988 with a pressure of 888 mb. The landfall of (4) major hurricanes on the U.S. set a record. Also, the final tally for damage will go on to show that this season was the most costly in U.S. History breaking the terrible season of 2004 with 45 billion in damage just recently set last year.
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