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Riskpulse meteorologists predict a below average season for tropical storms.

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Bill

This is the 2nd named storm of the season.

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Claudette

This is the 3rd named storm of the season.

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Danny

This is the 4th named storm of the season.

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Erika

This is the 5th named storm of the season.

The Eastern Pacific basin is the second most active basin.

As of May 29, 2015 02:00 PM PDT

Andres strengthens into the first hurricane of the 2015 eastern north pacific hurricane season

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Blanca

This is the 2nd named storm of the season.

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Carlos

This is the 3rd named storm of the season.

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Dolores

This is the 4th named storm of the season.

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