1973 Atlantic Hurricane Season
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The 1973 Atlantic hurricane season was the first season to use the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale, a scale developed in 1971 by Herbert Saffir and Robert Simpson used for rating the intensity of tropical cyclones. The season produced 24 tropical and subtropical cyclones, of which only 8 reached storm intensity, 4 became hurricanes, and only 1 reached major hurricane status. Although more active than the 1972 season, 1973 brought few storms of note. Nearly half of the season''s storms affected land, one of which resulted in severe damage. This was the first year since the 1962 season in which a hurricane did not cross the United States coastline.