Tropical Storm Luis

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The name Luis has been used for four tropical cyclones worldwide, one in the Atlantic Ocean and three in the Philippines by PAGASA in the Western Pacific Ocean.

In the Atlantic:

The name Luis was retired following the 1995 hurricane season and was replaced by Lorenzo .

In the Western Pacific:

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