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In a report issued last week, Weather Services International (WSI) has increased the number of intense hurricanes expected for the remainder of 2010 after saying that the season has gone “supernova” in the past month.

In its final tropical update, the corporation is predicting 18 named storms, 10 hurricanes, and six intense hurricanes deemed a Category 3 or greater. The updated numbers surpass the long-term averages collected from 1950 to 2009 of 10 named storms, six hurricanes, and two intense hurricanes.

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