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Now, where are the Chicken Littles who were all shreiking their heads off about Global Warming last spring? Huh?

DENVER - Hurricane forecaster William Gray's team downgraded its expectations for the 2006 Atlantic storm season Friday, calling for a slightly below-average year, with only five hurricanes instead of the seven previously forecast.

Last spring, Gray's team called for 17 named storms to form in the Atlantic basin during the June through November hurricane season. As of Friday, five had formed, including Tropical Storm Ernesto, which briefly became the season's first hurricane last week and was moving through North Carolina on Friday.

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