NOAA forecasters predict fewer hurricanes this season, with only 3 to 6 named storms

Forecasters are predicting a slower-than-normal hurricane season, which

Forecasters are predicting a slower-than-normal hurricane season, which is welcome news to many in the Garden State. (May 22, 2014 6:04 PM)

Forecasters are predicting a slower-than-normal hurricane season, which is welcome news to many in the Garden State.

The six-month season begins June 1, and officials expect fewer storms than average. But they remind us that it doesn't really matter how many storms, since it only took one "Sandy" to do major damage.

"This forecast doesn't say where they will go, or when they will strike,"...

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