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Above-Normal Hurricane Season More Likely

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Forecasters for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) say that there is an increased likelihood for above-normal hurricane activity since El Nino has ended. Conditions are more favorable for above-normal Atlantic activity (45%), while the likelihood of below-normal activity stands at 20%.

NOAA seasonal forecasters are predicting between 10-15 named storm, 5-9 of which will become hurricanes (winds of 74 mph or greater), including two major hurricanes with winds greater than 110 mph.

Read the full Atlantic hurricane report via the NOAA.

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