Beaumont, TX
(Storm Tracker)
Tue Oct 25 2005 06:32 PM
Re: latest TWO

One wonders if this season will ever end. I know we are in an active cycle of hurricanes that scientists think last at least a
couple of decades but someone told me the next two years after this one are supposed to be especially active. Is there any
scientific evidence to support that? Also, have there been very many seasons with three Cat 5 on record? What is amazing
is Wilma is 1, Rita is 4, and Katrina is 6 for lowest pressure on record and they all occurred this year. What are the odds
of that? Here's hoping Florida gets everything up and running very soon. We here in Southeast Texas are wishing the best for

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