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Weather Services International (WSI) has slightly lowered its forecast for the 2010 tropical storm season due to a “relatively inactive June/July period.”

Instead of predicting 20 named storms for the entire season, WSI dropped the number down one spot to 19 named storms. However, it kept the same numbers from its June 23 forecast for two other categories: Hurricanes (11) and Intense Hurricanes (5).

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