Tropical Storm Arthur
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The name Arthur has been used for six tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean.
- Tropical Storm Arthur (1984), formed on August 28, very late for the first storm; moved over Newfoundland as an extratropical storm; no damages or casualties.
- Tropical Storm Arthur (1990), formed in the Caribbean, strengthened to near hurricane-strength, and dissipated.
- Tropical Storm Arthur (1996), struck North Carolina as a weak tropical storm.
- Tropical Storm Arthur (2002), weak tropical storm that didn't significantly affect land.
- Tropical Storm Arthur (2008), formed quickly just before moving inland in Belize on May 31.
- Hurricane Arthur (2014), a category 2 hurricane that formed on July 1 near the northwestern Bahamas, struck North Carolina a few days later producing minimal damage.
Arthur has been used for two tropical cyclones in the Southern Hemisphere.
- Cyclone Wasa-Arthur (1991), Arthur formed from the remnants of Wasa, but was renamed.
- Cyclone Arthur (2007), formed in late January in the south Pacific Ocean briefly threatening the Cook Islands.
| This article includes a list of named storms that share the same name (or similar names).
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