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Question 1: Extreme flooding and mudslides from Gordon caused approximately 1,122 fatalities in ________.
Tortuga (Haiti)HaitiCap-HaïtienPort-au-Prince

Question 2: [32] Later in the season, Hurricane Gordon caused heavy damage and 1,122 fatalities in Haiti; the storm's effects extended from ________ to North Carolina in the United States.
NicaraguaDominican RepublicCosta RicaMexico

Question 3: Despite warm waters, persistent ________ prevented significant strengthening.
Wind gradientThunderstormWind shearMeteorology

Question 4: [36] ________ was affected by rainfall from Tropical Depression Five, which peaked at 16.18 inches (411 mm),[37] while associated moisture from the depression affected San Antonio, Texas.
PhilippinesMexicoNicaraguaUnited States

Question 5: Elsewhere, five fatalities were reported in the Dominican Republic, two in Jamaica, and two in ________.
CubaFrancePhilippinesCyprus

Question 6: The subtropical storm moved across ________ and the Southeastern United States on October  2and 3; when it reached the Atlantic Coast, it became an extratropical frontal wave.
North CarolinaFloridaMassachusettsNew Jersey

Question 7: Although no fatalities were directly related to Beryl, several injuries were reported, including 37 due to an associated ________.
Severe weatherMeteorologyTornadoThunderstorm

Question 8: A tropical wave that was first noted on August 17 tracked westward and reached the ________ on August 26.
Atlantic OceanArctic OceanCaribbean SeaPacific Ocean

Question 9: These dates conventionally delimit the period of each year when the majority of tropical cyclones tend to form in the ________.
Pacific OceanArctic OceanIndian OceanAtlantic Ocean

Question 10: The system failed to strengthen beyond tropical depression status, and it made landfall in ________.
North CarolinaNew JerseySouth CarolinaGeorgia (U.S. state)







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