New Model Promises More Accurate Hurricane Forecasts

A group of British scientists say they've found a way to make seasonal hurricane predictions even more accurate by focusing on the wind patterns that determine which way a hurricane travels. The computer model's predictions for 2005 won't be out until August, but the signs are already ominous.

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