Forecasters Predict Below-Average North Atlantic Hurricane Activity

 Monday, August 18, 2014

 Canadian Underwriter

Hurricane forecasters are predicting "below-average hurricane activity for the remainder of the 2014," due in part to cooler-than-average ocean temperatures on part of the north Atlantic, Willis Re. Inc. suggested in a recent report."U.S. landfall probability estimates continue to be low this year, though caution should be exercised due to a recent run of poor U.S. landfall forecasts," Willis Re said in its 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook, released Aug. 15.
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