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Busy hurricane season seen, FEMA vows to be ready

The head of the U.S. National Hurricane Center said on Wednesday a busy Atlantic hurricane season was likely this year, which the federal government’s chief emergency official vowed to be ready for. Speaking at the annual National Hurricane Conference in New Orleans, which is still reeling from Hurricane Katrina in 2005, hurricane center director Bill Proenza said signs pointed to a stronger year for storms than in 2006 when only five hurricanes formed in the six-month season that starts on June 1. Full Story

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