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Though 2014 is looking like a relatively quiet hurricane season, forecasters note that weather patterns can change.
Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center hope new color-coded maps they're trying out this year will simplify two important points about storm surge for coastal residents: how far from the beach the water will spread and how high that water will rise.
South Florida will see more heat and rain on Tuesday.
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