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Hurricane Prediction for 2014

Here is some very good news.  The forecast for the 2014 hurricane season is for a relatively "quiet" season.

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Mark Wilson, Getty Images
Mark Wilson, Getty Images
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“Above Normal” Hurricane Season Expected [AUDIO]

It's the news residents at the Jersey Shore have been dreading, 2013 is expected to have an above normal hurricane season.

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Hurricane Season
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NOAA Trims Forecast For Busy Hurricane Season

This Atlantic hurricane season may not be quite as busy as federal forecasters once thought, but they still warn of an unusually active and potentially dangerous few months to come.

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Tropical Storm Chantal coordinates (National Hurricane Center)
Tropical Storm Chantal coordinates (National Hurricane Center)
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Chantal Bears Down on Dominican Republic, Haiti

Tropical Storm Chantal is threatening to turn into a hurricane, as it churns toward the Dominican Republic and Haiti.

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Ocean
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Was There a Tsunami at the Shore? [AUDIO]

Earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, superstorms, and now, tsunamis?

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National Hurricane Center
National Hurricane Center
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First Named Storm of Atlantic Season, Andrea, Forms

The first named storm of Atlantic season, Andrea, has formed over the Gulf of Mexico and was likely to bring wet weather to parts of Florida's west coast by the end of the week.

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Jersey Shore
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Hurricane Prep Urged As New Season Approaches [AUDIO]

In less than a week, the 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season begins, and experts are urging everyone to get ready now, just in case.

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NOAA Issues 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Forecast
Kathryn Sullivan, Director National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) gives the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season outlook. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
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Officials Predict Another Active Hurricane Season [AUDIO]

The Atlantic hurricane season begins again June 1st, and ,unfortunately, for Sandy-weary New Jerseyans, the predictions are not good.

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Tropical Storm Sandy projected path (NOAA)
Tropical Storm Sandy projected path (NOAA)
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Tropical Storm Sandy Forms South of Jamaica

Tropical Storm Sandy has formed south of Jamaica and forecasters say the storm is expected to strengthen.

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Potential path of Tropical Storm Isaac (NOAA)
Potential path of Tropical Storm Isaac (NOAA)
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Tropical Storm Isaac Moves Across Atlantic

Forecasters say Tropical Storm Isaac is moving westward across the Atlantic on a track that could possibly take it toward Florida, where the Republican National Convention will be held next week.

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