Quote: i really wish they'd be consistent, because a system with similar to sometimes better structure in the pacific last week remained a depression.
A question.....I know that the 2005 season now officially passes 1933 as the most active season in recorded history. However, due to better observations and satellite technology, is it unreasonable to conclude that 1933 could have had more storms than just 21? I think that many borderline tropical storms that are classified today as a result of more accurate and frequent observations, would have otherwise escaped classification in former years.
yeah, exactly. take a look at the track of lee, or maybe the flurry we had in the bay of campeche. don't think all of those would have been classified in '33. but far as recorded numbers go, this is the bigun. -HF
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