Fri Nov 19 2004 03:29 PM
Re: season's end


Just remember that we had two december storms last year

True, but that takes care of last year, and the extra one takes care of *this* year, so we don't need one

Maybe next year. We need to let this season die before it kills anyone else. This year was a bad one...what, over 3000 people killed, how many billion in damages in Florida alone, not to mention additional billions in the SouthEast...hell, almost the Eastern third of the US if you count the remnants of the major storms and even more if you count the home grown storms that cruised up and through the Eastern seaboard, all the way to 'yankee' land and points north.

Nope, Even *next* year is too soon!

Rabbit, I know you're like most of us, it is fun to track storms, and I hope next year has 26 named storms....but the tracking should be who can guess the lat/long of the storms and at what time....but NO LANDFALLING ANYWHERE, or you lose, even if you guess/forecast right.


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