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laureg
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Loc: Port St. Lucie, FL
4 AM EST Advisory...oops
      #63802 - Sat Nov 19 2005 10:27 AM

I've decided I'm only gonna listen to Hugh as long as he keeps talking like this...regardless of the earliness in the day of the thinking...

From a strictly newbie/novice/clueless wonder standpoint, is it not safe to say after this storm season that the experts have been very, very good at pinpointing the track, but are way lacking in the intensity forecast? Warm water or cold, doesn't seem to make a difference in the intensity like was previously thought.


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