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Researchers: Hurricanes come in bunches and could get stronger

Researchers: Hurricanes come in bunches and could get stronger

The last time a hurricane barreled into Florida — Wilma in late 2005 — a Bush was governor and space shuttles could still fly into orbit. It's somewhat rare to go so long without a cyclone, and experts fear Floridians are catching "hurricane amnesia." To spur memories, this year's Governor's Hurricane Conference in Orlando will have a session that looks back a decade to the record season of 28 storms, which included 15 hurricanes, seven major hurricanes and Wilma's romp across South Florida. "It serves as a reminder that just because it's been quiet for the last 10 years doesn't mean it's going to continue," said Rob...

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