Government Hurricane Forecasters Predict a Rough Season

The federal government predicted today an active hurricane season for 2007 -- with 13 to 17 named storms, of which as many as 10 could become full hurricanes. Three to five of those could become "major" hurricanes -- category 3 or higher -- with winds of more than 110 miles an hour. "Years like this have historically had two to four storms making landfall," said Gerry Bell, lead hurricane forecaster at the Climate Prediction Center of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric...Full Story
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