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Hurricanes in History

Hurricane Dennis made landfall on the panhandle of Florida on July 10, 2005.  Projected to be a Category 2 Hurricane it increased in strength to become a Category 4 after skirting to the west of Key West.  Dennis was the fourth named storm and second hurricane of the season.  One of the earliest and strongest Atlantic storms, Dennis was quickly surpassed by Hurricane Emily later that month.


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