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  1. HURDAT 2 | Format Description
  2. HURDAT Meta-Data (Information about HURDAT changes)
    1. 1851-1955 revisions and misc. corrections
    2. 1956-1960 revisions
  3. Raw Tropical Storm/Hurricane Observations (1851-1960)
  4. Historical Weather Maps and NHC Surface Maps (1911-1960)
  5. U.S. Landfalls
    1. U.S. Tropical Storms (1851-1960, 1983-2017)
    2. All U.S. Hurricanes (1851-2017)
    3. U.S. Hurricanes Detailed Description (1851-1960, 1983-2017)
    4. Changes to U.S. Hurricanes (1899-1960)
    5. Most Intense (Category 3, 4, 5) U.S. Hurricanes (1851-1960)
  6. Non-US Landfalls
    1. Tropical Storms (1946-1960, 1983-2016)
    2. Hurricanes (1946-1960, 1983-2016)
  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
      The best tracks provided in this database for the following systems in the Central Pacific Hurricane Center area of responsibility (between 140 and 180W longitude) are operational estimates and have not yet been post-storm analyzed:  Halola (CP012015), Kilo (CP032015), Loke (CP042015), Pali (CP012016), Darby (EP052016), Madeline (EP142016), and Fernanda (EP062017).  The final best tracks for these systems will be updated when they become available.
    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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