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Hurricane forecasters predict above-average season

July 22, 2003
Hurricane forecasters predict above-average season

A recent report by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says the 2003 Atlantic hurricane season will likely have above-normal levels of activity, according to Munters Corp.

“It’s important that building owners and managers along the coastlines of North America prepare for hurricanes and tropical storms every year,” says Tom McGuire, national catastrophe manager for Munters Moisture Control Services. “Between now and the end of November, these storms pose much potential damage to buildings and facilities.”