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This site contains figures and tables that describe the progress of a typical hurricane season in terms of the total number of tropical systems and hurricanes produced throughout the year in the Atlantic and East Pacific basins. The figures have curves which represent the average cumulative production of all named tropical systems, all hurricanes, and those hurricanes which were Category 3 or stronger in those basins. The tables list benchmark dates when a given number of tropical systems, hurricanes, or category 3 storms should have been generated. In the progress of the average Atlantic or East Pacific season based on 1944-1996 data, they show the date upon which the number of events would normally have occurred.
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