After Isabel, its been tough getting excited about Juan, Kate, et al. I was thinking at one point with how, after Isabel became a cat 5 and then the basin went quiet for a while, that Isabel was like a really big boat in a really small pond...the wake sloshed all the way to shore and made the rides bumpy for all the potentials out there. Wonder if there is any scientific principle to that?
Anyhoo, been way too darn busy to post much. Juan was pretty cool. Small little system that still packed a wallop for our Canadian friends.
Kate has not been a very pretty girl most of her life. Probably not going to pick up many dates til she does something with her appearance. Will keep watching though--after Kyle last year I rule nothing out anymore.
As for 90L, definitely could see a hint of a circulation building, but I feel like this is going to come ashore in Mexico before ever coming to anything of substance. If it lingers off the coast a while, something will surely eventually pull it north, but I'm going with the westward track for now.
Doesn't look like I'm going to make my "quota" this year. My prediction was 15/8/4. Maybe 8 hurricanes will happen, but I'm not betting on 4 more named storms this season, and I really only see one more intense storm if any.
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