Scientists predict more major hurricanes than normal in 2020 season

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Meteorologists are forecasting a significant hurricane and tropical storm season for the Atlantic coast in 2020, according to researchers at Colorado State University.

According to the early projections, there is a 69 percent chance that at least one major hurricane will make landfall along a U.S. coastline in 2020, compared to a regular average of 52 percent that has been reported over the last century.

"Two of the last three years have had major hurricane landfalls in the U.S.," Miller said.

He added that before 2017, there was a 12-year drought without a single major hurricane landfall in the country, from Hurricane Wilma in 2005 to Hurricane Harvey in 2017.

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