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Lysis
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Re: 2005 competition recap
      Sun Dec 11 2005 05:33 PM

Whoa! I made a forecast? Don’t seem to remember doing this, but ok.
I must have been basing my numerical thoughts on 04’, just with stronger storms.

Congratulations to all the winners…

(Or should I say least failures?)

I much enjoy reading the preliminaries, and Mariners Weather Log prints all of them sequentially in book form… so check that out if you get a chance.

On post analysis… last year, wasn’t the large majority published in like mid-November?
It must have, because I remember working on a large term paper on Charley and citing it –the time was late October/early November.

Thus far, Arlene, Dennis, Gert, and Lee (he must have taken awhile) are completed. They are using PDF’s this year, which is good.

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cheers

Edited by Lysis (Sun Dec 11 2005 05:34 PM)

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