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- Tropical Storm Arlene (1959), a tropical storm which brought flooding to Louisiana, killing one person
- Hurricane Arlene (1963), a Category 2 hurricane which passed over Bermuda, only causing light damage
- Hurricane Arlene (1967), a Category 1 hurricane in the central Atlantic Ocean which did not affect land
- Tropical Storm Arlene (1971), a tropical storm that moved parallel to the east coast of the United States without making landfall
- Tropical Storm Arlene (1981), a tropical storm that crossed Cuba and the Bahamas, with only minimal effects
- Hurricane Arlene (1987), a Category 1 hurricane that spent much of its life as a tropical storm far from land
- Tropical Storm Arlene (1993), a tropical storm that brought heavy rain to Mexico and Texas; killed 29 people
- Tropical Storm Arlene (1999), a tropical storm that drifted past the east of Bermuda
- Tropical Storm Arlene (2005), large tropical storm that made landfall in the Florida Panhandle; its remnants contributed to major flooding in upstate New York
- Tropical Storm Arlene (2011), a strong tropical storm that made landfall on Mexico, killing at least 25 people along its path
- Tropical Storm Arlene (2017), the first April named storm in the Atlantic since Ana of 2003, as well as the strongest storm in April, a very rare occurrence.
- "Atlantic Basin Hurricane & Tropical Storm Center", Accuweather. June 13, 2011. Accessed June 13, 2011
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