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Re: Jeff Masters-Major steering current shift
      Fri Jul 13 2007 04:20 PM

haha I love how Masters tries to calm people down when he says NONE of the computer models when there actually is one computer model developing a Tropical Storm in the Bahamas.. I guess he's not one for the CMC. Anyways.. my take on it, probably won't believe it till more computer models follow. About the pattern change, I knew all along it was'nt going to be like last year because.. 1. we have La Nina to Neutral which mans the jet is much higher then last year, which also means that the power of the strong fronts stay north, 2. look at where the highs been for a few months now, and 3. lol guess it was just a gut feeling of mine. I am going to lower my numbers for the season due to slow start but I think it's gonna be active and possibly destructive in a few more months, especially when that MJO kicks in.
Hurricane Season 2007 - 17/8/5

Allan Reed - 18,9,5

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