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Four days into this year’s hurricane season a researcher is predicting an above normal hurricane season, but cautions that forecasts giving exact numbers of storms should be dismissed.

Steve Smith, senior vice president for ReAdvisory, a service of reinsurance broker Carvill based in London, said all indicators point to an above average hurricane season for 2007. He said this year’s storm pattern could resemble activity similar to 1995 through the 2004 season where there were between five and six Category 3 storms or above.

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