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Record-breaking 30th tropical storm of 2005 [Crossword Clue]
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- ZETA (4 Letters/Characters)
Crossword Answer Definition
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Tropical Storm Zeta
Dec 30, 2005 Jan 7, 2006
Tropical Storm Zeta was a very late-developing tropical storm that formed in the central Atlantic Ocean during the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season, one month after the season's official end. Becoming a tropical depression on December 30, and intensifying the following day into the season's 28th storm (including one unnamed subtropical storm), Zeta continued into January 2006. It was one of only two Atlantic tropical cyclones to span two calendar years (the other being Hurricane Alice in 195455).
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