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For the North Atlantic...Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of mexico:

Two named storms and one unnamed tropical depression formed in the
Atlantic Basin in July.  Based on a 30-year climatology (1981-2010),
one named storm typically forms in the basin in July, with a
hurricane forming once every other year.

In terms of the accumulated cyclone energy (ace), which measures the
combined strength and duration of tropical storms and hurricanes,
activity in the Atlantic Basin so far in 2017 has been below normal
since all of the tropical cyclones have been relatively weak and
short lived.

Reports on individual cyclones, when completed, are available at
the National Hurricane Center website at
www.Hurricanes.Gov/data/tcr/index.Php?Season=2017&basin=atl .

Summary table

Name                 dates         Max wind (mph)
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ts Arlene            19-21 Apr            50*
ts Bret              19-20 Jun            45
ts Cindy             20-23 Jun            60
TD four               6- 7 Jul            30
ts Don               17-18 Jul            50
ts Emily         31 Jul-                  45
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* denotes a storm for which the Post-storm analysis is complete.

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