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2009 hurricane predictions, plus storm names

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posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 01:08 AM
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I got to these from my email and thought I would share
that it looks like we might be in for interesting season

2009 Names and Predictions


The National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration's predicts a 70% chance of:

* Named storms: 9-14
* Hurricanes: 4-7
* Major hurricanes: 1-3

The other major forecaster in the U.S., the University of Colorado, recently revised down its expectations for the 2009 Atlantic hurricane season:

* Named storms: 12
* Hurricanes: 6
* Major hurricanes: 2

Further, the Colorado forecasters predicted the following probabilities that a major hurricane could strike the U.S., all of which are about average for the past century:

* Entire U.S. coastline: 54%
* U.S. East Coast (including peninsula Florida): 32%
* Gulf Coast (from the Florida Panhandle westward to Brownsville, Texas): 31%
* Caribbean: Average


But I also got this video from yahoo/abc

Hurricane Season Begins: Increased Storms Off U.S. Coastline Have Forecasters Concerned link


"The big worry this year is not the overall tropical storms that are coming all of the way over from Africa.

They are sudden developments in or own backyard within two to three days of hitting the coastline," said Joe Bastardi, of AccuWeather.



Made me think of this thread as well New type of cloud found by: Extralien

So I wonder if some how they are connected.




 
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