Typhoon season below average?

The number of typhoons that will hit the region around Australia will be below average for the 2003/...

The number of typhoons that will hit the region around Australia will be below average for the 2003/04 season, according to the Tropical Storm Risk (TSR) group at the Benfield Hazard Research Centre.

TSR predicts that there will be 4.7 severe tropical cyclones over the season, down on the ten-year average of 5.8 a year. It also predicted that there will be 9.6 tropical storms in the region, again down on the ten-year average of 10.6.

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