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Re: Is the 2015 Cape Verde season dead to the US?
      Thu Sep 10 2015 10:13 AM

I think the cape verde season will last a bit longer this year, but that's countered by the fact that everything heading west will likely get shredded before it has the chance to recurve. This year is just not kind to tropical development in general.

There are signs 2016 may be vastly different, however.

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