Thu Sep 14 2006 01:58 PM
Hurricane Lane - Now forecast to enter the Gulf of California -

The march of central and eastern Pacific tropical cyclones continues unabated this season, perhaps pumped-up a bit more than usual by an impressive early start (or late start depending on your own perspective) to the ocean-climate phenomenon known as El NiƱo, which you can read all about here and also a good write-up here on Wikipedia, with updates on the current event. Additionally, more and more speculation that Anthropogenic Global Warming is a key player in increased TC formation has been suggested as one of the causative ingredients in this year's active Pacific. Whatever the reason(s), one can't help but take notice of how many significant hurricanes have formed in all of the North Pacific basins this year.

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