Experts forecast active hurricane season.
Weather-risk experts say the 2004 hurricane season Hurricane season refers to a period in a year when hurricanes usually form. For more information see: Tropical cyclone#Times of formation.
For a lists of past seasons, see:
Meanwhile, William Gray and the Colorado State University Colorado State University, at Fort Collins; land-grant with state and federal support; chartered 1870, opened 1879 as an agricultural college, assumed present name in 1957. There is a veterinary teaching hospital, an agricultural campus, and a research campus. hurricane forecast team said they expect activity to be above average again in 2004.
The probability, of at least one major hurricane making landfall land·fall
1. The act or an instance of sighting or reaching land after a voyage or flight.
2. The land sighted or reached after a voyage or flight. in the United States this year is about 30% above the long-term average, the team said.
Two of those tropical systems probably will be official hurricanes, said the experts at London-based Tropical Storm Risk, a consortium of insurance, risk and weather-forecasting experts led by reinsurance The contract made between an insurance company and a third party to protect the insurance company from losses. The contract provides for the third party to pay for the loss sustained by the insurance company when the company makes a payment on the original contract. broker Benfield Group plc's Benfield Hazard Research Center located at University College London “UCL” redirects here. For other uses, see UCL (disambiguation).
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Atlantic Tropical Storms 2002 2003 2004 * Named storms 12 14 13 Hurricanes 4 7 7 Intense hurricanes 2 3 3 * Estimated Source: Tropical Storm Risk