Hurricane Wilma and tropical storm Alpha

Hurricane Wilma and tropical storm Alpha

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Caption: Hurricane Wilma and tropical storm Alpha. GOES12 infrared satellite image of hurricane Wilma (upper left) and tropical storm Alpha ( upper right) on 24 October 2005. Wilma's eye is just off Florida's Gulf of Mexico coast. Alpha is the 22nd named storm in the record-breaking 2005 Atlantic hurricane season. It is the first time, in 60 years of naming storms, that the Greek alphabet has been used, after the list of names for 2005 was exhausted.

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