Quote: At any rate, when are we going to see a decline in storms during a season again??
I read the article that someone posted the other day, and Chris Landsea (his name... Landsea.... is even better than Terra for this field... maybe I could marry a relative of his and well, nevermind, I'll stop) says that: He expects about 3 major hurricanes to hit Florida from 2004-2010 and again from 2010-2020. That's about 1 every 2-3 years. The article, although not peer reviewed, presents interesting data.... so, if anyone missed it yesterday, here's the link: http://myweb.cableone.net/nolasue/Florida/
So, storm trackers, get ready.... I hope initial forecasts for this season come true and there will be an El Nino event later in the season. But, until then, we're going to be very busy and sleep deprived, it would seem.
-------------------- Terra M. Dassau, Ph.D.
(Chemistry, however, so don't think I'm an expert!)
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