Tropical Storm Claudette
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- Tropical Storm Claudette (1979), caused moderate damage in Texas and the Caribbean
- Hurricane Claudette (1985), long-lived hurricane that wandered east and grazed the Azores
- Hurricane Claudette (1991), low-end Category 4 that remained at sea for its entire lifetime
- Tropical Storm Claudette (1997), lasted awhile over the open Atlantic
- Hurricane Claudette (2003), hit Puerto Morelos, Mexico, then struck again near Port O'Connor, Texas
- Tropical Storm Claudette (2009), formed south of Tallahassee, Florida, and headed northwest to the Florida Panhandle, where it made landfall on Santa Rosa Island
- Tropical Storm Claudette (2015), a short-lived tropical storm that formed off the coast of North Carolina and dissipated over the open Atlantic
The name Claudette has been used once in the Southwestern Indian Ocean:
- Cyclone Claudette (1979), caused severe damage to Mauritius and Réunion
This article includes a list of named storms that share the same name (or similar names).
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