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Hurricane season has been so active, the NHC is almost out of names. So what now?

USATODAY.com Thursday, 17 September 2020
This year's Atlantic hurricane season has been so active, forecasters are almost out of names so now they will be moving on to the Greek alphabet.
 
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This year's Atlantic hurricane season has been so active, forecasters are almost out of names so now they will be moving on to the Greek alphabet.

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