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Planet Earth

Atlantic Hurricane Season Starts a Day Early

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyMay 31, 2008 11:27 PM

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It doesn't look like much, and probably won't amount to much either. Nevertheless, the National Hurricane Center just renamed the remains of East Pacific Tropical Storm Alma--after crossing over Central America, this storm is in the Atlantic and should be called Arthur. I'm not even going to post a picture, because the cloud blob is now back over land again. But still, so it begins....

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