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Hurricane Gonzalo is year's second major storm
Hurricane Gonzalo is year's second major storm

Hurricane Gonzalo is maintaining strength as a Category 3 cyclone, the second major storm of an otherwise remarkably quiet season in the Atlantic. The storm had winds of up to 125 mph as it churned about 660 miles south of Bermuda as of 8 a.m., according to the National Hurricane Center. Its intensity is expected to fluctuate over the coming days, but it is expected to remain a major storm until it reaches Bermuda on Friday. If Gonzalo's winds reach 130 mph or greater, it would become the first Category 4 storm in the Atlantic since Hurricane Ophelia in 2011, which brushed Bermuda but did not significantly affect land. Gonzalo is the seventh named storm of the 2014 Atlantic...

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