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Labor Day Hurricane of 1935

The Labor Day Hurricane was a very compact, intense hurricane that formed in the North Atlantic during August 1935.

It remains the strongest hurricane on record to have struck the United States, and was for five decades the strongest Atlantic hurricane ever.

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