i recommend everyone read Clark's post in the "other storm basins" forum...we could have some atl action this weekend/next week from NONAME in the EastPAC, which he feels could not only become a hurricane but a major cane! if this energy were able to cross central america and get into the atl. basin, we would be looking at the first May storm in the at. in 25 years! where she (arlene, if it became named) goes is still uncertain, but it'd be interesting nonetheless...
i'd recommend everyone getting their 2005 "predictions" in a little early...just visit the "2005 Storm Forum" (the link just below the main board). Post your seasonal prediction and your date for the first hurricane...as long as you are a registered user, you are welcome to participate!
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