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The Philly Four: Forecasters warn of above average hurricane season in Philadelphia

Sam Britt
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Gov. forecasters warn of another above-average hurricane season

  • Philadelphians have been urged to begin preparing now as government forecasters predict that multiple hurricanes will hit the Atlantic coast this season. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predict 14-21 named storms coming between June 1 and November 30, with six to ten of them being hurricanes. Last year saw Philadelphia suffer through massive flooding, in one memorable instance completely submerging the Vine Street Expressway.

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