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This year's hurricane season has added another dubious distinction to its already impressive list, as Hurricane Willa strengthened dramatically over the weekend to become the ninth storm worldwide to reach Category 5 intensity. That puts 2018 into a tie for second place when it comes the record for 'most Category 5 storms in a year', and there are likely yet more to come.

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