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Quiet hurricane season comes to an end

The Atlantic hurricane season, which officially ended Monday, produced nine named storms, including three hurricanes, during the six-month period that began June 1.

Of the three hurricanes, two were considered major, with winds of more than 110 mph.

The first named storm of the season - Tropical Storm Ana - didn't form until mid-August, nearly three months into the hurricane season.

Click here for an article on the quiet 2009 hurricane season.