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Keith234
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Re: Initial Outlook for 2005 [Re: JustMe]
      #34923 - Tue Feb 22 2005 05:13 PM

When you think about, what could be some differences from last year that could have affected hurricane activity and landfall? I remember last year we had a relatively dry May- which would be conducive to a similar placement of Upper air features. The ENSO is fickle-but by the looks of things seems to be going neutral. Also factor in the cycle we're in, the time period from the late 40's and 50's and it seems like a active season has over a 50% chance of happening.

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twisted-weather
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Loc: MI
Re: early trend? [Re: HanKFranK]
      #34979 - Tue Mar 15 2005 09:13 PM

Hello all. My NAM is Harry and i have used the handle KingOfWeather and Wxman70@ the wwbb which a few here i see should know already.

I will be issuing my Outlook for the season in a couple of weeks on my site which i encourage all to check out. I go by Harry_KOW on there. It's very detailed and as well has a very good proven track record as well.

In short right now i expect another active season and like the originator of this thread stated i am as well heavly favoring the western GOM states from about LA westward. Anyways alot more to be added soon.

Great board/site here. I look forward to discussing the systems with all here!

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Check in for my 2005 Tropical outlook!

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Beaujolais
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Reged: Thu
Posts: 20
Loc: Kenner, LA but displaced in VA...
Re: early trend? [Re: twisted-weather]
      #34980 - Wed Mar 16 2005 08:48 AM

Quote:

Hello all. My NAM is Harry and i have used the handle KingOfWeather and Wxman70@ the wwbb which a few here i see should know already.

I will be issuing my Outlook for the season in a couple of weeks on my site which i encourage all to check out. I go by Harry_KOW on there. It's very detailed and as well has a very good proven track record as well.

In short right now i expect another active season and like the originator of this thread stated i am as well heavly favoring the western GOM states from about LA westward. Anyways alot more to be added soon.

Great board/site here. I look forward to discussing the systems with all here!




Please keep us informed as you go along. I live like 10-15 minutes away from the beautiful city of New Orleans. Cause any Cane that hits us from the South is bad and if a Cane hits to our West, depending on size and strength, we would naturally be on the East side of the Cane, which we all know is the "WET" side of it!! Like I said before please keep us informed and please advise. Thank You so very kindly in advance.

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Katie
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Reged: Tue
Posts: 167
Loc: Winter Haven, FL
Re: Initial Outlook for 2005 [Re: Keith234]
      #34991 - Thu Mar 17 2005 07:36 PM

Add me in 11/7/2

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B.C.Francis
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Reged: Sat
Posts: 313
Loc: Indiatlantic Florida 28.12N 80.58W
Re: early trend? [Re: HanKFranK]
      #34996 - Sat Mar 19 2005 05:01 PM

We in central Florida should watch the so called" Bermuda High" this summer. If it shifts more to the west we might be in for some trouble. I pray that it shifts more to the east. The space coast doesn`t need another summer like 2004...I`ve been using U M Weather web site for the last five years and I`m happy to have a site to go to that is from my local. Thanks for letting me join....B.C.F.

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