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RedHurricaneRanger's 2007 Hurricane Forecast
      #74306 - Mon Feb 12 2007 04:55 PM

It is time for my 1st Annual Hurricane Season Forecast.

My Atlantic forecast is:

Tropical Storms: 25
Hurricanes: 17
Major Hurricanes: 12


Chances of Early season storm: 5%

Chances of Late season storm: 90%

Major Hurricane Landfalls: 2

Florida landfall forecast
TS: 5
H: 3
MH: 2
Other Expectations:

That this year will be like the previous seasons that used this list.

1983 -- Alicia became the first hurricane to strike the US mainland in 3 years.

1989 -- Hugo became the strongest storm since 1851 to strike the East coast north of Jacksonville.

1995 -- Second place at the time for most hurricanes.

2001 -- First storm to have it's name retired without reaching hurricane status
-- Hurricane less than 500 miles offshore New York on 9-11.

Edited by Ed Dunham (Mon Feb 12 2007 10:56 PM)

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Re: RedHurricaneRanger's 2007 Hurricane Forecast [Re: RedHurricaneRanger]
      #74338 - Fri Mar 02 2007 03:40 PM


I'm going to say that florida gets more activity this year vs alot of gulf coast activity because of the el nino keeping all of the waves shallow at least until September.

Wow did we all get rocked last year....I guess all of us were gun shy after a nighttmarish 05...may the world never see that kind of cyclone action ever again.

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