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    1. HONOLULU – Forecasters say the 2015 hurricane season in the central Pacific region will see more storms than average because of warmer ocean water.

    2. Yet another round of storms is forecast fire up across parts of Texas and the southern Plains into Tuesday night with the risk of severe weather, including flash flooding.

    3. Authorities continued to search Tuesday for people missing after the storms brought flooding.

    4. By Jon Herskovitz AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - Hundreds of people were ordered to evacuate flood-threatened areas of Texas on Wednesday as storms bringing torrential rains battered the state, where at least 15 people have been killed in weather-related incidents this week, including six in Houston. People were told to stay away from more than 200 homes in Parker County where the Brazos River was ...

    5. WASHINGTON — The coming Atlantic hurricane season probably will have fewer storms than normal for the third year running — thanks in part to El Niño, forecasters say. The Atlantic season, which starts Monday, probably will offer six to 11 named storms, forecasters with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center said Wednesday. […]

    6. Twelve people are missing in Texas amid violent weather. More rain is in the forecast.

    7. We're tracking some early morning showers and storms across part of northeastern and east-central OK this morning. These developed last night and moved across the area with a few severe storms producing damaging wind gusts and hail. Pockets of moderate to heavy rainfall have been occurring with a few isolated severe cells but the threat appears to be exiting early this morning. Additional storms...

    8. Hurricane predictions breeze in: Feds expect light season

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsMay 27 02:46 PM

      NEW ORLEANS (AP) — With six to 11 named storms predicted, this year's hurricane season may be slower than average — but officials say that's no reason for Atlantic and Gulf coast residents to rest easy.

    9. From Houston to Dallas and into Oklahoma, torrential rains led to violent floods that killed at least six people. Twelve others are missing in Texas. More rain is in the forecast.

    10. At least 18 people have died as a result of severe storms and flooding in Texas and Oklahoma.

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