Tropical Storm Cora

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The name Cora has been used for one tropical cyclone in the Atlantic Ocean, eight in the western Pacific, and one in the South Pacific.

Cora was used for one tropical cyclone in the Atlantic:

Cora was used for seven tropical cyclones in the Western Pacific and one in the Central Pacific:

Cora was used for one tropical cyclone in the South Pacific:

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