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Caption: Progression of Hurricane Rita through the Gulf of Mexico and then inland. Hurricane Rita formed in mid-September 2005, and was the 17th named storm of that record season. Rita made landfall on the Texas/Louisiana coast on 24th September. Animation created using GOES satellite imagery.

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Hurricane Rita

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