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Seventeen Named Storms
      #113875 - Sat Jul 24 2021 08:47 PM

Several places now estimating up to 17 named storms this year.

Good god.

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Re: Seventeen Named Storms [Re: Psyber]
      #113876 - Sat Jul 24 2021 09:04 PM

13 more? You think?

Guess Florida would be in the hot zone this year. My hunch is fewer, but the ones that get names will be more memorable.

That is a non-scientific hunch from an old storm "watcher" who enjoys following every storm. But I am open to a busy season for entertainment! Beats the news lately.

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