Busier Hurricane Season Predicted

Busier Hurricane Season Predicted 

Posted: 4:01 am Friday, August 12th, 2016

By Ann Kelly

 
hurricane_imageForecasters have released their predictions for the rest of the hurricane season and it’s looking busier. We’ve already have five named storms, and now they say we could have anywhere from a total of 12-17 named storms. They’ve also increased the number making it to hurricanes from 4-8 to 5-8, with 2-4 of those being major. This would make it the busiest season since 2012.

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BucsThe Bucs start the preseason with a 17-9 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles last night. Next up, it’s the Jacksonville Jaguars Saturday, the 20th at 7:30 pm. Get the rest of the season’s schedule here.

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And tonight at Yankee Stadium it’s Alex Rodriguez’s last game against the Tampa Bay Rays. Rodriguez will stay with the organization in another capacity.