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Monday, May 15, 2006
Hurricane Forecast: East Coast Beware!
The prediction's in for this year's hurricane season, which starts in a couple of weeks, and the word isn't good for the northern Atlantic Seaboard. In the most intensive months, from August into October, don't be surprised to see threats to the coast from North Carolina to New England. Even smaller storms can do major damage to the unprepared, heavily populated cities along the East Coast, experts say.