HanKFranK
(User)
Wed Feb 15 2006 12:34 PM
post analyses

nhc has put up a couple more so far this week, having put up a few last week. not many more to go. new are the reports on stan, tammy, and delta since monday, though none effect any real track or intensity changes. delta's report mentions evidence of hurricane intensity on 27 november, but doesn't say evidence is conclusive enough. still unposted are the reports on emily, franklin, harvey, rita, vince, beta, and zeta. out of the 30 tropical cyclones last year, that makes the job 80% complete.
we won't find out until april, after some wmo conference, which 2005 names are slated for retirement, and what the replacements will be. it's obvious that katrina, rita, and wilma are going.. and likely dennis, emily and stan. beta is a longshot.
HF 1733z15february



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