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Will we be spared again? That seems to be the question everyone is asking with the apparent imminent approach of soon to be hurricane Dean.It seems like we in Barbados are always lucky,at least in recent times,with these weather systems.I certainly hope that this is the case once again.

The Hurricane season has started with a bang and it seems as though it will definitely be a really active season.Let us keep our fingers crossed.

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