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Hurricane Wind Speeds

Tropical Depression

38 miles per hour and less

Tropical Storm

39-73 miles per hour

Category 1 Hurricane

74-95 miles per hour

Category 2 Hurricane

96-110 miles per hour

Category 3 Hurricane

111-129 miles per hour

Category 4 Hurricane

130-156 miles per hour

Category 5 Hurricane

157 miles per hour or higher

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