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September 9, 1991 | From Associated Press
Hurricane Claudette weakened Sunday and passed wide of Bermuda. Meanwhile, the season's fourth tropical storm, Danny, began brewing in the area of the eastern Atlantic that generates the strongest hurricanes. Hurricane Claudette headed over cooler water, so forecasters expected a slow weakening. It was not expected to threaten the mainland United States, but in Bermuda small boats were advised to stay in port and residents were cautioned to stay indoors.
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September 6, 2003 | Ken Ellingwood, Times Staff Writer
Hurricane Fabian lashed Bermuda late Friday with sustained winds of 120 mph, peeling rooftops and toppling tree limbs, while a tropical storm in Florida had much of the state bracing for heavy rains overnight and the threat of severe flooding. Four people were missing and feared dead from the hurricane, authorities in Bermuda said Friday night.
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August 20, 1995 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Hurricane Felix, which hovered off the Eastern Seaboard of the United States after churning across Bermuda, doubled back and could threaten the Atlantic island again, forecasters said. The National Hurricane Center in Miami said Felix was located 260 miles northwest of Bermuda at 5 p.m. EDT Saturday. The storm had winds of 80 m.p.h. and slowed to a near halt after changing direction to take a southeasterly course.
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August 20, 1995 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Hurricane Felix, which hovered off the Eastern Seaboard of the United States after churning across Bermuda, doubled back and could threaten the Atlantic island again, forecasters said. The National Hurricane Center in Miami said Felix was located 260 miles northwest of Bermuda at 5 p.m. EDT Saturday. The storm had winds of 80 m.p.h. and slowed to a near halt after changing direction to take a southeasterly course.
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August 15, 1995 | From Times Wire Services
High waves from a raging sea pounded the south shores of Bermuda late Monday, knocking yachts loose from their moorings and battering oceanfront hotels as Hurricane Felix brushed past. It wasn't clear if or when Felix would make landfall along the East Coast of the United States, where the storm produced strong surf and closed some beaches as far north as New York.
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August 7, 1989
Hurricane Dean sideswiped Bermuda, ripping apart hotel roofs and washing away beaches with 110-m.p.h. winds, torrential rains and pounding surf but sparing the Atlantic resort island a crippling direct blow. There were no reports of injuries, officials said. Bermuda's southern and western shores were hardest hit when Dean's eye passed just 20 miles west of the island. Between six and 10 inches of rain were expected to have fallen by the time the storm had ended.
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September 6, 2003 | Ken Ellingwood, Times Staff Writer
Hurricane Fabian lashed Bermuda late Friday with sustained winds of 120 mph, peeling rooftops and toppling tree limbs, while a tropical storm in Florida had much of the state bracing for heavy rains overnight and the threat of severe flooding. Four people were missing and feared dead from the hurricane, authorities in Bermuda said Friday night.
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August 15, 1995 | From Times Wire Services
High waves from a raging sea pounded the south shores of Bermuda late Monday, knocking yachts loose from their moorings and battering oceanfront hotels as Hurricane Felix brushed past. It wasn't clear if or when Felix would make landfall along the East Coast of the United States, where the storm produced strong surf and closed some beaches as far north as New York.
NEWS
September 9, 1991 | From Associated Press
Hurricane Claudette weakened Sunday and passed wide of Bermuda. Meanwhile, the season's fourth tropical storm, Danny, began brewing in the area of the eastern Atlantic that generates the strongest hurricanes. Hurricane Claudette headed over cooler water, so forecasters expected a slow weakening. It was not expected to threaten the mainland United States, but in Bermuda small boats were advised to stay in port and residents were cautioned to stay indoors.
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August 7, 1989
Hurricane Dean sideswiped Bermuda, ripping apart hotel roofs and washing away beaches with 110-m.p.h. winds, torrential rains and pounding surf but sparing the Atlantic resort island a crippling direct blow. There were no reports of injuries, officials said. Bermuda's southern and western shores were hardest hit when Dean's eye passed just 20 miles west of the island. Between six and 10 inches of rain were expected to have fallen by the time the storm had ended.
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