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Past Hurricanes as Historical Benchmarks

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Past Hurricanes as Historical Benchmarks

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Past Hurricanes as Historical Benchmarks

Past Hurricanes as Historical Benchmarks

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Commentator Ed Cullen tells tales of past storms that hit Louisiana and how they became family lore. He says people in his family's area are wary of August and September — and although they like their hurricane stories, they don't wish them on anyone.

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