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Review of the past hurricane season summary of the past seasonReview of the past hurricane season summary of the past season
In addition, Hurricane Joaquin battered the southeastern and central Bahamas as a category 4 hurricane, and was the strongest October hurricane known to have affected the Bahamas since 1866
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Maritime Provinces. About two weeks later Hurricane Igor struck Newfoundland on September 21st with severe impacts. Hurricane watches and tropical storm warnings were issued for the island portion of the province
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