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2024 Predictions
      #114850 - Mon Apr 01 2024 07:00 AM

June 1st this will lock down.

Mine is high (for me) 21-9-4

Although others and CSU's prediction are coming on April 4th.

Site updates for 2024 will be showing up over April. I've been trying to move the site to a different server but that's not been going well so far.

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Re: 2024 Predictions [Re: MikeC]
      #114851 - Thu Apr 04 2024 02:39 PM

CSU is predicting 23–11–5 citing historically warm Atlantic SSTs and the possibility of La Niña setting up by peak season. Landfall probabilities are higher than normal for continental US and probabilities of major storms passing within 50 miles are much higher. Yeesh!



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