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English: This map shows the tracks of all tropical cyclones in the 1988 Atlantic hurricane season. The points show the location of each storm at 6-hour intervals. The colour represents the storm's maximum sustained wind speeds as classified in the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale (see below), and the shape of the data points represent the type of the storm.
Saffir–Simpson scale
Tropical depression ≤38 mph ≤62 km/h
Category 3 111–129 mph 178–208 km/h
Tropical storm 39–73 mph 63–118 km/h
Category 4 130–156 mph 209–251 km/h
Category 1 74–95 mph 119–153 km/h
Category 5 ≥157 mph ≥252 km/h
Category 2 96–110 mph 154–177 km/h
Storm type
Disc Plain black.svg Tropical cyclone
Solid black.svg Subtropical cyclone
ArrowUp.svg Extratropical cyclone / Remnant low /
Tropical disturbance / Monsoon depression
Source Created using WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Tracks. The background image is from NASA [1]. The tracking data is from the National Hurricane Center's Atlantic hurricane database
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