1967 Atlantic hurricane season

1967 Atlantic Hurricane Season

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1967 Atlantic hurricane season

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<!-- Created with subst: of Hurricane season single. -->The 1967 Atlantic hurricane season was the first year in which the National Hurricane Center (NHC) was in operation. The season began on June&nbsp;1, which was the date when the NHC activated radar stations across the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. The season ended on November&nbsp;30, which ended the conventional delimitation of the time period when most tropical cyclones form in the Atlantic basin. The season was near average, with eight storms forming. Hurricane Beulah was the most notable Atlantic hurricane of 1967. A Category 5 hurricane, it killed 58 people and did $217&nbsp;million (1967&nbsp;USD, $ &nbsp;USD) in damage as it crossed the Yucatán Peninsula and then made landfall a second time near the mouth of the Rio Grande.


Hurricane Arlene

After a quiet start to the season, the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) became very active, with four separate areas of convection exiting the coast of Africa. The first, accompanied with a tropical wave, became a tropical depression on August 28 (the second became Beulah and the fourth became Chloe). The tropical depression moved west-northward, reaching tropical storm strength on August 30. Arlene slowly strengthened over the following days, eventually reaching hurricane intensity on September 3 over the north Atlantic. The next day, it weakened to a tropical...
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