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Re: may updates [Re: Evil Jeremy]
      #65459 - Wed May 31 2006 11:22 AM

WIth absolutely no training, I am relying upon my Ouija Board (jus kiddin) and will plunge in anyway--chances of being right are greater than winning Powerball, afterall:

Twenty Tropical Storms
Nine Hurricanes
Five Hurricanes Cat 2 or greater
August: First Hurricane to Threaten Florida
Sept and October Two Hurricanes Hit Florida and One Tropical Storm

Florida Definitely gets Hit during the season
Gulf Coast Definitely gets hit
New England barely dodges a Hurricane and gets flooded by heavy rain on the outer bands.

Edited by poolwatcher (Wed May 31 2006 11:24 AM)

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Administrative Note [Re: HanKFranK]
      #65982 - Sat Jun 10 2006 02:00 PM

Just a reminder that the Storm Forum, like the Main Page, is a strictly moderated Forum. Off-topic posts will be edited or deleted. Please attempt to stay on-topic in this Forum.

what'd i tell ya'll about ed, now? i opted to let the offtopic stuff ride and he still went and cleaned house. the man sticks to the rules, i tell ya.
anyhow, since the thread is locked i'll just edit the results in. tpratch had the closest day guessed at june 17th. alberto was named on the 11th. wingman51 guessed week 2 of june, which isn't specific (geez, just guess a day in week 2...), but technically falls closer. so, thanks to people not following rules to the T, we have no clear winner. yaay. -HF 0247z15june

Edited by HanKFranK (Wed Jun 14 2006 09:47 PM)

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