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Current storm totals (40mph - 74mph - 111mph)
2014 Atlantic: 3-3-0   E. Pac: 14-9-6   W. Pac: 12-6-3  N. Indian: 2-0-0
2014-15 S. Indian: 0-0-0       Australia: 0-0-0          S. Pacific: 0-0-0
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