Atlantic hurricane season kicks into high gear with 2 tropical storms, 4 other storms brewing

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(NJ.com) — The already busy, record-breaking Atlantic hurricane season has gone into hyperactive mode, with Tropical Storms Paulette and Rene continuing to spin, a tropical depression near Florida on the verge of strengthening into a named storm, and three other tropical disturbances brewing. Forecasters say the tropical depression that formed near South Florida on Friday, lashing the region with heavy rain, will likely turn into a tropical storm by early Sunday. If that happens, the storm will be named Sally and would become one of the earliest ‘S’ storms on record. It also would mean three named storms would be
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