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Florida Public Hurricane Loss Projection Model

By Passing hurricanes

The Florida Commission on Hurricane Loss Projection Methodology has divided Florida into four Regions (A-D). In addition, Regions E and F are designated for landfalling hurricanes in Georgia and in Mississippi/Alabama, respectively. Also there is a separate category for hurricanes which By-pass one of the Florida regions, but do some damage in Florida. Regions A-D roughly conform to the division used in NHC's HURDAT to designate landfall. Below are the hurricanes in the AOML/HRD Base Set which by-passed Florida while doing damage, yet didn't make landfall in either Region E or F.

NOAA's AOML/HRD Base Set table
HURDAT MetaData format

By Passing hurricanes

By-passing

Storm 4 1901
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Storm 4 1912
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Storm 2 1919
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Storm 10 1926
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Baker 1950
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Frederic 1979
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Elena 1985
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Danny 1997
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Georges 1998
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Ivan 2004
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Rita 2005
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Gustav 2005
|References |Track plot |Track list |Data plot |HURDAT MetaData
Ike 2008
|References |Track plot |Track list |Data plot |HURDAT MetaData

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