(Weather Master)
Mon Dec 02 2002 08:04 PM
Re: That's it for 2002

Yep, that's all. Actually, November 30th was no big day as the hurricane season abnormally early this year with no new storms forming in October.

As for 2003...I am still up on the development of a La Nina by next summer. TWW (Jason Moreland) really awoke me to this possibility, and now that I am aware of the major cooling that is taking place in the W. Pac (this cold pool is beginning to rise to surface and move eastward), I am now on the "2003 La Nina bandwagon". LOL

Graycast 2003 comes out this Friday (the 6th), lets hope for more accuracy and less changes to each subsequent forecast. Also, don't be surprised if he starts out low this time around. I sorta' have feeling 2003 is going to be the opposite of 2002, the global climate factors are going to rearrange again by Spring and really pave the way for an active 2003 season. I think the intensity of the Cape Verde season will heavily henge on the Azores High. It could be rather active next year in contrast with 2001/2 even with a strong Azores High. If that same is weak next year, look out.

Happy Holidays!

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