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Predicting hurricanes and tropical storms isn’t an exact science, as illustrated by the 2006 storm season. Or more precisely, predicting hurricane landfall isn’t something done with certainty, and is a bit like gazing into a hazy crystal ball with bifocals (there were five hurricanes in 2006, but all stayed at sea). But one thing forecasting fortune-tellers have agreed on is that slow hurricane seasons will be the exception, not the rule, for the next several years.

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