The authors thank Chris Velden and David Stettner of the University of Wisconsin/Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS) for the satellite images presented here. Tropical Prediction Center colleague Dr. Stephen R. Baig produced the track chart. Additional figures were provided by Dr. Gerry Bell of the NWS/Climate Prediction Center and David Roth of the NWS/Hydrometeorological Prediction Center, and TPC colleague Joan David. Much of the local impact information contained in the individual storm summaries was compiled by local NWS Weather Forecast Offices in the affected areas.
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