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Azores #96L fails to complete transition into a Sub-Tropical Storm. Elsewhere, weak low pressure in Caribbean may linger into next week.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 45 (Nate) , Major: 63 (Maria) Florida - Any: 73 (Irma) Major: 73 (Irma)
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Lee-Delray
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Still Quiet
      #74131 - Mon Nov 06 2006 03:46 PM

Now that the season is winding down, can we review the predictions from May?

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Clark
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Loc: 45.95N 84.55W
Re: Still Quiet [Re: Lee-Delray]
      #74178 - Fri Nov 24 2006 11:51 AM

I'll let HF or someone else do the analysis, but here are everyone's numbers from the thread in May. It's sorted by number of named storms, then number of hurricanes and number of majors.

actual 9/5/2
dave foster 12/8/2
Storm Cooper 14/6/4
Lysis 15/7/3
Margie 15/8/3
Ed 15/9/2
Joe 15/9/4
Cycloneeye11 15/9/4
Clark 15/9/5
Kevin 15/9/5
CaneTrackerInSoFl 16/8/5
Doombot! 16/9/5
firestar_1 18/10/5
HF 18/12/6
Tak 18/13/6
Enrique 19/9/4
madmumbler 19/9/5
dolfanblondie 19/10/5
GuppieGrouper 19/(none listed)/5
Wingman 19/10/6
Evil Jeremy 19/10/6
poolwatcher 20/9/5(?)
tpratch 20/11/5
MrSpock 20/12/6
Hurricane Fredrick 1979 20/14/5
shellylay81 21/11/4
Psyber 21/11/5
Nate 21/12/7
Multi-Decadal Signal 21/13/6
harmlc.ath.cx 22/14/6
Random Chaos 23/9/2

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