At least they do not lose the hurricanes like they did in the 50's. I was talking to my mother today and she said when I was a little girl in the early 50's, that tracking was so poor they actually "lost" the hurricane for a while. So we may not be able to put a mark on the map and say this is where the eye is going to land, but at least we now can see where the cane is going at all times and we don't lose them anymore.
-------------------- God commands. Laymen guess. Scientists record.
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