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Storm Cooper

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Re: ...And The Winner Is... [Re: Ed Dunham]
      #74223 - Mon Dec 11 2006 07:30 PM

Congrats John C.! As for 2007 I"ll go with 11/4/2 at this time

Hurricane Season 2017 13/7/1

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Weather Master

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Re: What Do You Think Now? [Re: Ed Dunham]
      #74224 - Wed Dec 13 2006 08:57 AM

9/6/2 it is I guess.. Still think they should name the unamed storm we had rolling far off the coast before Beryl came into the picture. For 2007.. I may be crazy about this but 18/9/7 ... Reason why?? I believe the El Nino will be gone and there may be more favorable conditions for development. May start late and thats why i'm saying 18 instead of 28 lol. The 2007 season doesn't look like it will be another dead one in my eyes. Sorry guys.. it's just my opinion, but if this bothers anyone.. let me know.. it's just a prediction.

Allan Reed - 18,9,5

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Weather Hobbyist

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Re: ...And The Winner Is... [Re: Storm Cooper]
      #74227 - Sat Dec 16 2006 03:39 PM

Any forecast for next year at this point is little more than a guess--but I`m going to say, just a little over Storm Cooper`s #`s---I`ll go with 14/5/2 for `07.


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Weather Master

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Re: ...And The Winner Is... [Re: weather_wise911]
      #74228 - Mon Dec 18 2006 01:36 PM

The winner is wrong.. The NHC has finally declared that the unnamed storm before Beryl in July happened to have 50 mph. sustained winds and a pressure of 998 MLB. This now proves that our tenth storm is declared today! go to the National Hurricane Center page and it will be the first headline. So the count is now 10/6/2!
I knew they wouldn't leave that storm behind.
2006 - 10/6/2
NHC review identifies a 10th Atlantic tropical storm in 2006 Bill Proenza to Succeed
* This proves now that we have had an average Hurricane Season! *

Allan Reed - 18,9,5

Edited by allan (Mon Dec 18 2006 01:37 PM)

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Re: ...And The Winner Is... [Re: allan]
      #74232 - Wed Dec 20 2006 10:10 AM

Actually, you have made a few mistakes - according to the NHC Archive, the adjusted seasons total for 2006 was 10/5/2, not 10/6/2, so the winners list is not incorrect, its just incomplete.. Four individuals were off by a total count of 2 - so we have a tie, and the winners are:
VMI Bran
John C

Congrats to all of them - I'll now need to make 4 copies of that NEXRAD image!

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John C

Re: ...And The Winner Is... [Re: Ed Dunham]
      #74247 - Fri Dec 29 2006 08:41 PM

Thank You, and yes it was a gut feeling guess!

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