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Rabbit
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predictions
      #35687 - Wed May 18 2005 01:52 PM

JUNE 1S
JULY 2S/1H
AUG 4S/3S/2MH
SEP 5S/3H/2MH
OCT 3S/2H/1MH
NOV 1S

total: 16/9/5

i will not alter the monthly forecasts at all after now but the overall numbers will be subject to change, since they are going by month
(ex.--i expect 9 storms after 8-31, totaling 16; if we have 3 in July and 6 in August, the total forecast for the season will be 18)

that said, i will also raise the expected number to 17 if Adrian does indeed become Arlene


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LI Phil
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Re: predictions [Re: Rabbit]
      #35689 - Wed May 18 2005 01:58 PM

rabbit,

this post belongs in the "Storm Forum" under the 2005 predictions section...

i tried to move it there, but i screwed something up...

if you could repost it there it would be appreciated...

thanks!

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