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Stirring in the Tropics, but no Development
      #88112 - Mon Jul 05 2010 06:23 PM

Since the first named storm of the season did not occur until late in June, and we do not as yet have a second named storm by the end of first week in July, do we have that statistical chance of only 0.8% that there will be 16 or more named storms? I cannot find the historical stats you described here at the start of the season.....

(Post moved to a more appropriate Forum. Check the Resident Meteorologist Discussions Forum. The first week in July is not yet over.)

Edited by Ed Dunham (Mon Jul 05 2010 08:09 PM)

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