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Nicole formed early on November 7th, 2022 as a subtropical storm. Early on November 8th, Nicole transitioned into a tropical storm with maximum sustained winds of 65 mph. A day later, Nicole strengthened into a hurricane with 75 mph winds.
Early on November 10th, Hurricane Nicole made landfall just south of Vero Beach, Florida.
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Hurricane Nicole’s landfall and northward push into the Eastern U.S.
Hurricane Nicole makes landfall south of Vero Beach, Florida with winds of 75 mph.
Lightning within Hurricane Nicole’s northeast quadrant as it approaches Florida’s East Coast.
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A slowly strengthening Tropical Storm Nicole looms off of Florida’s East Coast.
A sunrise to sunset view of Tropical Storm Nicole and the convective bursts within.
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Nicole makes landfall in Great Abaco as a high end tropical storm with maximum sustained winds of 70 mph.
Tropical Storm Nicole slowly strengthens and approaches the Bahamas.
Tropical Storm Nicole gathers strengthen as its inner core develops.
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Nicole transitions into a tropical storm as it pushes southwest towards the Bahamas.
A high resolution view of Subtropical Storm Nicole’s low level swirls.
Subtropical Storm Nicole forms north of the Caribbean with maximum sustained winds of 45 mph.
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