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- Hurricane Karl (1980), moved across the central Atlantic in late November 1980. It caused no significant effects on land.
- Hurricane Karl (1998), travelled from north of Bermuda to near the Azores. It caused no significant effects on land.
- Hurricane Karl (2004), formed in the mid-Atlantic and turned north, reaching Category 4 strength in open water before hitting the Faroe Islands as an extratropical storm. It caused no significant damage on land.
- Hurricane Karl (2010), formed in the Caribbean Sea on a path that took it over the Yucatán Peninsula and into the Gulf of Mexico, where it rapidly strengthened into a Category 3 before making landfall near Veracruz, Mexico.
- Tropical Storm Karl (2016), a long-lived but disorganized tropical storm, travelled from near Cape Verde to east of Bermuda. It caused no significant effects on land.
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