In the past, hurricanes were named after saints based on the day when they struck land. In 1953, the U.S. government started using common names to denote the storms, leading to today's system with a mix of men's and women's names that rotates every six years. Unless a storm is so severe that a name is retired, there are only a handful of names that are on the list. Can you identify whether we've met a hurricane by this name?
Have We Met That Hurricane?
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