Batten down the hatches

The government said Tuesday afternoon this will be a hurricane season that is more active than usual.

The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration forecast three to five major storms in the Atlantic Ocean region.  The average is two majors.  "This hurricane season, from what we can see at this time, has all the
ingredients for being a difficult season," said Warren Isom, senior
vice president at Willis Re, the reinsurance unit of insurance broker
Willis Group, according to MarketWatch.  Full story.

The graphic, at left, is the track of last fall’s Hurricane Ernesto.

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