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2018 ATLANTIC SEASONAL SUMMARY

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The Atlantic basin averages 11 tropical storms per year, 6 of which becomes hurricanes.

Ended May 29, 2018

Tropical Storm Alberto was the 1st storm of the season. Over 9 days in May it reached max winds of 65mph.

Ended Jul 08, 2018

Hurricane Beryl was the 2nd storm of the season. Over 12 days in July it reached max winds of 80mph.

Ended Jul 12, 2018

Hurricane Chris was the 3rd storm of the season. Over 9 days in July it reached max winds of 105mph.

Ended Aug 09, 2018

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

Ended Aug 18, 2018

Tropical Storm Ernesto was the 5th storm of the season. Over 3 days in August it reached max winds of 45mph.

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Hurricane Florence was the 6th storm of the season. Over 19 days between August and September it reached max winds of 140mph.

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Tropical Storm Gordon was the 7th storm of the season. Over 4 days in September it reached max winds of 70mph.

Ended Sep 16, 2018

Hurricane Helene was the 8th storm of the season. Over 10 days in September it reached max winds of 110mph.

Ended Sep 15, 2018

Hurricane Isaac was the 9th storm of the season. Over 12 days in September it reached max winds of 75mph.

As of Sep 18, 2018 08:00 AM AST

Joyce still hanging on as a tropical depression over the far<br/>northEastern Atlantic

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Kirk

This is the 11th named storm of the season.

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Leslie

This is the 12th named storm of the season.

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Michael

This is the 13th named storm of the season.

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Nadine

This is the 14th named storm of the season.

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Oscar

This is the 15th named storm of the season.

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Patty

This is the 16th named storm of the season.

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Rafael

This is the 17th named storm of the season.

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Sara

This is the 18th named storm of the season.

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Tony

This is the 19th named storm of the season.

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Valerie

This is the 20th named storm of the season.

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William

This is the 21st named storm of the season.

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