HanKFranK
(User)
Tue Dec 09 2003 10:39 PM
second the notion

yeah, nhc did a nice job this year. it seems totally natural now, but not one year ago we didn't have a five-day forecast. very nice addition, and with those nicely forecast longtrackers got a nice test run.
phil, as long as odette and peter went.. i don't forecast any better than anyone else, just have an eye for odd storms and fish spinners. honestly i've spent a lot of time looking at the unisys archives trying to figure out what storms are in the record books, all the stuff that happened prior to me being alive to see it. i ought to make a list of stuff to look at in the forum for anyone who's interested.. there's some neat stuff over there.
peter is decaying quickly. the first discussion today probably had the lifespan right.. if nothing else.
anyhow, don't expect a rose this year. thin odds. globals have another low evolving south of the azores, but my bet is against. then again, i'll be watching.
HF 0336z10december



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