Experts raise forecast for 2010 hurricane season

06/2/2010 | PropertyCasualty360 · MSNBC

A forecasting team at Colorado State University raised its outlook for this year's hurricane season, predicting 18 named storms, 10 of which could develop into hurricanes and have a 76% probability of making landfall in the U.S. "We have increased our forecast from early April, due to a combination of a transition from El Niño to current neutral conditions and the continuation of unusually warm tropical Atlantic sea surface temperatures," said William Gray, the team's pioneering researcher.

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