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2017 ATLANTIC SEASONAL SUMMARY

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Riskpulse meteorologists predict above normal activity for this season.

Ended Apr 21, 2017

Tropical Storm Post-Tropical Cyclone Arlene was the 1st storm of the season. Over 4 days in April it reached max winds of 50mph.

Ended Jun 20, 2017

Tropical Storm Remnants Of Bret was the 2nd storm of the season. Over 7 days in June it reached max winds of 45mph.

Ended Jun 22, 2017

Tropical Storm Tropical Depression Cindy was the 3rd storm of the season. Over 8 days in June it reached max winds of 60mph.

Ended Jul 07, 2017

Potential Disturbance Remnants Of Four was the 4th storm of the season. Over 12 days in July it reached max winds of 35mph.

Ended Jul 18, 2017

Tropical Storm Don was the 5th storm of the season. Over 4 days in July it reached max winds of 50mph.

Ended Aug 01, 2017

Tropical Storm Emily was the 6th storm of the season. Over 3 days between July and August it reached max winds of 45mph.

Ended Aug 10, 2017

Hurricane Franklin was the 7th storm of the season. Over 4 days in August it reached max winds of 85mph.

Ended Aug 17, 2017

Hurricane Gert was the 8th storm of the season. Over 10 days in August it reached max winds of 105mph.

Ended Aug 30, 2017

Hurricane Harvey was the 9th storm of the season. Over 15 days between August and September it reached max winds of 135mph.

Ended Aug 29, 2017

Tropical Storm Ten was the 10th storm of the season. Over 4 days in August it reached max winds of 45mph.

Ended Sep 11, 2017

Hurricane Irma was the 11th storm of the season. Over 13 days between August and September it reached max winds of 185mph.

Ended Sep 22, 2017

Hurricane Jose was the 12th storm of the season. Over 22 days between August and September it reached max winds of 155mph.

Ended Sep 09, 2017

Hurricane Katia was the 13th storm of the season. Over 6 days in September it reached max winds of 105mph.

As of Sep 25, 2017 08:00 AM AST

Lee beginning to move toward the south-southwest over the open<br/>atlantic

As of Sep 25, 2017 11:00 AM EDT

Maria continues to move slowly northward

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Arlene

This is the 1st named storm of the season.

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Bret

This is the 2nd named storm of the season.

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Cindy

This is the 3rd named storm of the season.

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Nate

This is the 14th named storm of the season.

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Ophelia

This is the 15th named storm of the season.

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Philippe

This is the 16th named storm of the season.

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Rina

This is the 17th named storm of the season.

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Sean

This is the 18th named storm of the season.

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Tammy

This is the 19th named storm of the season.

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Vince

This is the 20th named storm of the season.

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Whitney

This is the 21st named storm of the season.

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