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Eastern North Pacific Hurricane Season of 2000

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Abstract

There were 11 tropical storms, 6 hurricanes, and 2 tropical depressions during the 2000 eastern North Pacific hurricane season. Two tropical storms made landfall in Mexico.

Corresponding author address: Dr. Miles Lawrence, National Hurricane Center, 11691 S.W. 17 St., Miami, FL 33165-2149. Email: lawrence@nhc.noaa.gov

Abstract

There were 11 tropical storms, 6 hurricanes, and 2 tropical depressions during the 2000 eastern North Pacific hurricane season. Two tropical storms made landfall in Mexico.

Corresponding author address: Dr. Miles Lawrence, National Hurricane Center, 11691 S.W. 17 St., Miami, FL 33165-2149. Email: lawrence@nhc.noaa.gov

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