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Hurricane Felix crashed through Nicaragua and Honduras today as the year’s second Category 5 storm and weather experts said that makes 2007 an unusual hurricane season.

Claire Souch, senior director of model management at Risk Management Solutions in Newark, Calif., noted that, “This is only the fourth year since 1950 that we’ve had more than one Category 5 storm and it is unprecedented for the first two hurricanes of the season to reach this level of intensity.”

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