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1999 Atlantic hurricane season

The 1999 atlantic Hurricane Season was a fairly active Season mostly due to a persistent La Nia developed in the second Half of 1998. It had five Category 4 Hurricanes – the highest Number recorded in a single Season in the Atlantic Basin, previously tied in 1933 and 1961, and later tied in 2005 and 2020. The Season officially began on June 1 and ended on november 30. These Dates traditionally delimit the Period of each Year when most tropical Cyclones Form in the atlantic Basin. The first Storm Arlene formed on June 11 Southeast of Bermuda. It moved slowly for a Week and had no Effect on the Land. Other tropical Cyclones that did not affect Land were tropical Storm emily hurricane Cindy and tropical Depression Twelve. Localized or otherwise minor Damage occurred from Hurricanes bret Gert and Jose and the tropical Storms Harvey and katrina.

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