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- Hurricane Earl (1980) — drifted over the central Atlantic Ocean without affecting land
- Hurricane Earl (1986) — drifted over the central Atlantic Ocean without affecting land
- Tropical Storm Earl (1992) — headed towards eastern Florida then veered away. No damage was reported
- Hurricane Earl (1998) — struck the Florida Panhandle, causing approximately $79 million damage and 3 fatalities
- Tropical Storm Earl (2004) — travelled across the Windward Islands, then dissipated. Its remnants became Hurricane Frank in the eastern Pacific Ocean
- Hurricane Earl (2010) — a strong, long-lived category 4 that affected most of the United States east coast and Canada.
- Hurricane Earl (2016) — struck Belize, weakened back to a tropical storm over land and re-strengthened in the Bay of Campeche before it made a second landfall in Veracruz, Mexico.
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