Sat Nov 06 2004 03:18 PM
Re: Past Novembers...


So, since 1950, 23 seasons have seen later storms. While of course the atmospheric conditions are never the same, this data does give an historical perspective. It is noticeable that this kind of weather event was common in the 1980's, with 7 seasons in that decade exeriencing late storms.

Perhaps another storm is not that unlikely...

Yes, 'tis possible, but:

How many of them made landfall in the US.... No, more to the point, how many of them made it to landfall in areas already hit by the infamous four from this season? Even more to the point, How many hit where I am?

Yes, statistics say we can have another storm, even another hurricane, but what do statistics say about if it is a 'fun' experience, or another 'terror' experience?

I hope your answer is that the odds are on the side of 'fun' or of academic interest only.

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