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Last Post 09/20/2015 9:51 AM by  host
Another hurricane season passing us by?
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09/16/2015 6:29 PM
    A zone of death is keeping the CV storms from crossing the Atlantic in one piece. With a record El Nina this is unlikely to change. So unless we get a home grown storm from the Gulf or off Mexico, could be a long season for those waiting for work. Is globel warming protecting the US east and gulf coasts?
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    09/20/2015 9:51 AM

    It would seem that way.  "NOAA's updated 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook indicates that a below-normal hurricane season is very likely. The outlook calls for a 90% chance of a below-normal season and a 10% chance of a near-normal season, with no realistic expectation that the season will be above-normal. This 90% probability of a below-normal season is the highest given by NOAA for any such season since their seasonal hurricane outlooks began in August 1998. " quote from NOAA.   And the major reason for the 90% chance of a below-normal season is that  "El Niño has strengthened as predicted".

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