Hurricane Judith - October 16-19, 1959

A tropical depression formed early on the 17th in the northwest Caribbean.  The system strengthened quickly
into a tropical storm then hurricane later in the day.  Early on the 18th, Judith made landfall as a weakening
tropical storm.  The cyclone accelerated eastward across Florida into the western Atlantic and restrengthened
into a hurricane for a spell before weakening several hundred miles east of Bermuda.  On the graphic below
is the storm total rainfall for Judith, using data from the National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, North
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