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The following table shows images and captions on the left, and alt text and captions on the right: the right column is what a visually impaired reader will hear. This table was computed from the copy of Timeline of the 2011 Atlantic hurricane season cached on None.
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A map of the Atlantic Ocean depicting the tracks of 20 tropical cyclones.
A satellite image of a large, swirling mass of clouds making landfall in Mexico.
Storm track of a tropical storm that formed east of Florida and moved northeast out to sea.
Satellite imagery of a disorganized tropical cyclone in the Caribbean Sea.
A satellite imagery of a swirling mass of clouds over the open Atlantic.
A satellite image of the first hurricane of the 2011 Atlantic hurricane season.
Storm track for a short-lived tropical depression in the Eastern Atlantic.
A satellite image depicting a subtropical cyclone prior to making landfall in Louisiana.
A satellite image depicting a Category 1 hurricane moving towards Newfoundland.
A satellite image depicting a well-developed hurricane with a clear eye visible.
Storm track of a hurricane in the Eastern Atlantic.
A satellite image showing Hurricane Rina at peak intensity on October 25.