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North Pacific “Hurricanes”

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The north Pacific Ocean will never experience a hurricane: a tropical storm with a sustained wind speed of 74 mph or more.
They aren’t called hurricanes not because north Pacific storms aren’t as strong or stronger than many hurricanes, but because they are not tropical in character.

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