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Loc: Pinellas Park, FL
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      #75612 - Sun Jun 24 2007 01:59 PM

Just a few casual observations on my part. First, we've had two named marginal storms thus far and then all quiet. If the humidity (oppressive) here in Pinellas County is any indication, it feels like it did in 2004 when all was quiet until the end of July and then the season exploded in August. I'm also not seeing deep easterlies yet and the "normal" east to southeast flow over the peninsula has not yet set up. There is still a lot of westerly and southwesterly upper level shear over the tropics. SSTs are still relatively cool in the eastern Atlantic. I don't think anything significant will develop during the next few weeks if the current situation persists. Of course, if the deep easterlies set in tomorrow, we can ignore all of this.

2018 Actual: 15/7/2

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