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FROM VOLUME 12, NUMBER 5, MAY 1999

U.S. Hurricane Season Prediction

Item #d99may44

According to a Mar. 27, 1999, story carried by Earth Changes TV/Breaking News, William Gray of Colorado State University has forecasted that this year’s hurricane season (June 1 to Dec. 1) will have 14 named storms, of which 5 will be tropical storms and 9 hurricanes. Moreover, he says, four of those hurricanes will produce winds of at least 111 mph. In his annual forecasts, Gray has never predicted more than 11 named storms in a single season.

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