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The 2009 hurricane season may be calmer than initially anticipated, according to WSI Corporation. In light of the unfavorable wind shear environment across the tropical Atlantic, the company amended its previous forecast of 11 named storms, six hurricanes, and two intense hurricanes. WSI forecasters now predict that a total of ten named storms, five hurricanes, and two intense hurricanes (those registering as a Category 3 or greater) will develop.

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