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U.S. to face 4 to 6 ‘severe’ storms in 2006

hurricane predictionBeaware United States! With New Orleans not yet been able to recover from the burns of the four major hurricanes, including Katrina that flooded most of the country, it has been predicted that the continent, this year, will be suffering an ‘above normal’ hurricane season.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has already predicted 13 to 16 named storms! Previously, the continent always faced 11 named storms each season on average.

And among these storms, four to six are predicted to be severe. The speed of the winds in these storms would exceed 111 miles per hour. But, which of these storms would come ashore? The federal agency officials could not predict this yet.

Via: New York Times