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To put this in development perspective, no tropical cyclone in the historical record has ever reached this intensity at a faster rate near landfall," said James Franklin of the National Hurricane Center. Humberto didn't even exist when the day began on Wednesday. It was just a little swirl in the Gulf. But by mid-morning, it had become a tropical depression; by mid-afternoon, it was a tropical storm.
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