TITLE

Atlantic Hurricane Season of 2002

AUTHOR(S)
Richard J. Pasch; Miles B. Lawrence; Lixion A. Avila; John L. Beven; James L. Franklin; Stacy R. Stewart
PUB. DATE
July 2004
SOURCE
Monthly Weather Review;Jul2004, Vol. 132 Issue 7, p1829
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The 2002 Atlantic hurricane season is summarized. Although the season's total of 12 named storms was above normal, many of these were weak and short-lived. Eight of the named cyclones made landfall in the United States, including Lili, the first hurricane to hit the United States in nearly 3 yr.
ACCESSION #
13719551

 

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