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CFHC 2018 The Year Ahead

Posted: 12:19 AM 01 January 2018 | 1 Comment | Add Comment | Newest: 02:26 PM 10-Jan EDT

This is our 23rd year tracking storms, and the season starts June 1st, 2018.

This coming year is expected to be above average again, but hopefully not like Harvey, Irma, Maria and Nate were this past year.

We'll be watching the tropics once again.

More to come later!

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New Article: CFHC 2018 The Year Ahead https://t.co/A1iFilgcud

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