2nd Jun 2009 12:45pm
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As of yesterday (1st June) the Atlantic Hurricane Season of 2009 had begun. So far the National Hurricane Center ("NHC") have predicted a near normal season, with a 70% chance of having 9-14 named storms, of which 4-7 could become hurricanes, including 1-3 major hurricanes - category 3, 4 or 5.

At the time of posting this, there is a small area of low pressure with a lower than 30% chance of forming into anything hefty, though I will keep an eye out.

For all those dalehay.com visitors that are based in the usual hurricane paths then please make sure you have a disaster plan ready, if not then you can view the usual disaster plan outline here.

 

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