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Predicting future Hurricanes by City-Tech Blogger Branden Harris

People are still mourning the loss of lives of families and friends that were tragically killed in last year’s East Coast hurricane, Matthew. This occurrence left not only trauma, but $10 billion in damages in the United States alone. Having said that, the coastal areas are once again preparing for another hurricane season. hurricane outlook

Credit: NOAA

Forecasters from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicted for 11-17 storms to form of which “five to nine are expected to become hurricanes, and two to four major hurricanes. Unfortunately, there is no telling when, where, and how the storms might hit.

 

 

 

 

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