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  1. HURDAT 2 | Format Description
  2. HURDAT Meta-Data (Information about HURDAT changes)
  3. Raw Tropical Storm/Hurricane Observations (1851-1955)
  4. Historical Weather Maps (1911-1955)
  5. U.S. Landfalls
    1. U.S. Tropical Storms (1851-1955, 1983-2015)
    2. All U.S. Hurricanes (1851-2015)
    3. U.S. Hurricanes Detailed Description (1851-1955, 1983-2015)
    4. Changes to U.S. Hurricanes (1899-1955)
    5. Most Intense (Category 3, 4, 5) U.S. Hurricanes (1851-1955)
    6. County By County Hurricane Strikes (1900-2010)
      [Updated from Jarrell et al. 1992]
  6. Non-US Landfalls
    1. Tropical Storms (1946-1951, 1983-2015)
    2. Hurricanes (1946-1951, 1983-2015)
  7. Comments by NHC Best Track Change Committee
  8. Educational Explorations of HURDAT
  9. Track Maps and Data by Year
  10. Comparison of Original versus Revised HURDAT
  11. Northeast Pacific Data
      Please note that a post-storm analysis has not yet been completed for the portion of Genevieve 2014, Guillermo 2015, Hilda 2015, Ignacio 2015, and Nora 2015 west of 140W longitude, and that all data for these portions of the storms' history reflect near real-time estimates from the Central Pacific Hurricane Center (CPHC) for their area of responsibility. Additionally, no storms forming within the CPHC's area of responsibility in 2015 are included. Once the CPHC completes their post-storm analyses, this database will be updated.
    1. HURDAT 2 | Format Description
    2. HURDAT Meta_Data (Information about HURDAT changes) | Reanalysis of the 1959 Manzanillo hurricane
    3. Raw observations for the 1959 Manzanillo hurricane
    4. Comments by NHC Best Track Change Committee for the 1959 Manzanillo hurricane
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