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1973 Pacific hurricane season

The Pacific Hurricane Season of 1973 was a tropical Cyclone meteorological Event. The most important System this Year was Hurricane ava it was the most intense pacific Hurricane known at the Time. Several other much weaker tropical Cyclones came close to or made Landfall on the pacific Coast of Mexico. The most serious of these was Hurricane Irah, which downed Power and Communication Lines in Parts of the Baja California Peninsula ; the other Landfalling Storms caused Rain and some Flooding. No tropical Cyclone this Season caused any Deaths.

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