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Very Quiet Mid to Late October
      Fri Oct 19 2007 10:03 AM

Nothing imminent, no model hints of development, and just a general lack of activity mark the mid to late October 2007 hurricane season. The only thing even worth looking at right now is the wave in the Central Atlantic, which will likely get ripped apart by shear in the near future.

This season has been filled with shear, and two extreme hurricanes that went into Central America and Mexico. One last minute hurricane, Humberto, hit the us. Only one storm affected Florida, Barry, back in the first part of June, and that was a minor Tropical Storm.

There is possibility for more development before the end of the season, so it is important to remain vigilant, but the likelyhood of anything major happening now is extremely low for the remained of this year.

In short, there is not much going on, so enjoy the rest of October!
{{StormLinks|90L|90|16|2007|1|90L (Caribbean Wave)}}

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* Very Quiet Mid to Late October MikeCAdministrator Fri Oct 19 2007 10:03 AM
. * * Re: Caribbean-Recon for Sunday Doombot!   Sun Oct 28 2007 12:36 AM
. * * Re: Caribbean-Recon for Sunday craigm   Sat Oct 27 2007 08:50 PM
. * * Caribbean-Recon for Sunday danielwAdministrator   Sat Oct 27 2007 12:12 PM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October allan   Sat Oct 27 2007 11:34 AM
. * * Re: -Caribbean disturbances are gaining some respect- cieldumort   Sat Oct 27 2007 11:21 AM
. * * -Caribbean disturbances are gaining some respect- cieldumort   Sat Oct 27 2007 03:22 AM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October Tak   Fri Oct 26 2007 06:35 PM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October ChessieStorm   Fri Oct 26 2007 08:02 AM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October mikethewreck   Thu Oct 25 2007 11:45 PM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October Storm Hunter   Thu Oct 25 2007 11:26 PM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October cieldumort   Thu Oct 25 2007 06:11 PM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October xxflcyclonexx   Thu Oct 25 2007 03:35 PM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October cieldumort   Thu Oct 25 2007 10:11 AM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October allan   Thu Oct 25 2007 09:18 AM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October allan   Tue Oct 23 2007 02:07 PM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October cieldumort   Tue Oct 23 2007 01:34 PM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October vpbob21   Mon Oct 22 2007 06:30 PM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October cchsweatherman   Mon Oct 22 2007 11:46 AM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October doug   Mon Oct 22 2007 11:38 AM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October cieldumort   Fri Oct 19 2007 05:09 PM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October allan   Fri Oct 19 2007 01:28 PM
. * * Re: Very Quiet Mid to Late October Lee-Delray   Fri Oct 19 2007 10:18 AM

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