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allan
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Loc: Palm Coast, Florida
Still Quiet
      Mon Nov 06 2006 03:25 PM

It is quiet. Though the CMC model continues to develop a tropical storm to hit Florida then out to sea! Other than that. I believe that there will be at least one more name to use, then that should be it. El Nino is strong now but it should weaken by next years Hurricane Season. Look at 1997 and 1998. Compare and contrast those 2 seasons. 1997 was just like this one and 1998 was more active. Hurricane Mitch developed that year with becoming the second strongest storm in the Atlantic Basin at that time. Wilma beat her up to it. Just think about that. Next year may not be so quiet.

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Allan Reed - 18,9,5

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* Still Quiet allan Mon Nov 06 2006 03:25 PM
. * * Re: Still Quiet allan   Thu Nov 30 2006 12:23 AM
. * * Re: Still Quiet allan   Mon Nov 20 2006 08:42 AM
. * * Re: Still Quiet cieldumort   Mon Nov 20 2006 12:47 PM

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