With four named storms before mid-July, the 2005 Hurricane Season is shaping up to be another ‘above average’ year. A look behind the seasonal hurricane forecast, and why storms appear to be getting more violent.


  • Tim Schott Meteorologist with the Marine & Coastal Branch, National Weather Service
  • Phil Klotzbach Research Associate with the Tropical Meteorology Project, Colorado State's University

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