NOAA Is Now Predicting An Active Hurricane Season for 2013

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TS Sandy Image from NOAALast year it was Super-storm Sandy and this year we have recently had devastating weather that has hit Oklahoma in the form of one of the most devastating tornado reports on record. Now the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is projecting and forecasting that the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season is going to be active or extremely active. That is not good news for those of us who live within 50 to 150 miles of the coast in the Gulf of Mexico or along the Eastern Seaboard.

NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center starts on June 1 and the center is forecasting a 70% chance of there being 13 to 20 named storms in the six-month period of hurricane season. Named storms carry winds of 39 MPH or high. The group sees the following: 7 to 11 storms could become hurricanes with winds of 74 mph or higher. This would be broken down…

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