Active storm season predicted

April 1999
Business Insurance;04/12/99, Vol. 33 Issue 15, p118
Highlights the confirmation made by Fort Collins-based Colorado State University's hurricane forecast team about its initial prediction for an active 1999 storm season in the United States and the Caribbean area.


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