Photo: Hurricane Forecasters Stick to "Busy" 2008 Prediction



The remnants of Tropical Storm Arthur hang over Mexico and Belize in an infrared satellite image taken on June 2, 2008. Arthur, the first named storm of the 2008 Atlantic hurricane season, came ashore on May 31 and caused flash flooding and up to four deaths.

Forecasters are sticking to their predictions that the 2008 storm season will be busy, with 15 named tropical storms forming 8 hurricanes.

Image courtesy NOAA


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