Does the adage that if a hurricane forms before 60 W. It does not bother the US, remain true for the whole season?
If Isabel becomes a strong hurricane in the next few days, and that rule holds true, then she is not a threat to the US. Right? Have we ever had a cane form that far out and make it to the US to do damage? Forgive me, its \Sunday morning and I may be getting my facts mixed up.
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