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Noted Colorado State University meteorologist William Gray is predicting the hurricane season that began today will see above average activity in the Atlantic basin with 15 named storms.

Last year a record four named storms hit southeastern coast. In a study released yesterday, Mr. Gray now predicts 15 named storms, eight hurricanes and four intense storms as strong or stronger than an event ranked Category 3 on the five point Saffir-Simpson Scale with winds from 111 to 130 miles per hour.

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