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11/29/2013

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Sarasota News Leader November 29, 2013 Page 69 books on a mild Atlantic hurricane season: 13 And for everybody, this was the hurricane seanamed storms and a single two-day hurricane. son without hurricane threats. Only Humberto and Ingrid prevented this from being the "hur ricane season without any." 21 Nov., 6 p.m.: Melissa continues northeast, bringing gale-force winds to the Azores So it has been a near record year in both ocean tonight. Central pressure is actually hurri- basins: for the Atlantic, one of the least active cane-caliber at 28.94 inches, and sustained and destructive hurricane seasons in decades; winds are 65 mph. By tomorrow, the storm is for the western Pacific, just the opposite, with expected to lose its tropical characteristics five "super typhoons" and the terrible toll of and close out the season … we hope. Yolanda in the Philippines. So now it is time to recycle your hurricane 24 Nov., 1 p.m.: Only the very first tropical supplies. The All Faiths Food Bank will apprestorm of the year — Andrea — made landfall ciate any canned goods you would like to in the United States. As a tropical depression, Dorian brushed Florida's east coast but then donate. And your trees and shrubs will enjoy peeled away following the Gulf Stream waters. that bottled water in the dry season before it Tropical Storm Karen looked like a threat, but is time to fill the jugs to prepare for hurricane it evaporated as it neared Louisiana. season 2014. % A graphic shows the tropical storm wind field for Melissa in mid-November. Image courtesy NHC

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