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Experts Warn of 25% Chance of Major Hurricane Hitting Texas

Texas, brace yourself for one of the most intense hurricane seasons. Experts predict an unusually high number of hurricanes and storms in 2024 including five major hurricanes, category 3-5, with sustained winds of 111 miles per hour or greater. The meteorologists from Colorado State University are predicting 11 hurricanes in 2024, all of which are […]

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44% Chance Major Hurricane Will Hit Florida, According to Experts

Florida’s hurricane woes continue as experts predict an unusually high number of hurricanes and storms in 2024. Experts from Colorado State University are predicting 11 hurricanes in 2024, out of which five are likely to become major hurricanes, with sustained winds of 111 miles per hour or greater, falling under category 3-5. The alarming news

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Experts Predict Alarmingly High Number of Hurricanes- State by State Forecast

Florida, Texas, and Louisiana, be prepared! This year’s hurricane season is not looking good- experts predict an abnormally bad season in which every coastal state from Maine to Florida faces a much higher chance of hurricanes and storms making landfall. This is due to the incoming La Nina and warmer Atlantic, which is causing above-average

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Pre-Valentine Snowstorm to Cause Havoc in the Northeast (NYC, Boston)

A disruptive pre-valentine snowstorm is forecast to hit the Northeast, including parts of the New York City metro area and Boston early this week. This will break the snow drought in the Northeast, where there has been little snowfall this winter, with at least two weeks having passed since it last snowed. Winter storm watches

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