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Dr Gray first 2004 outlook sees an active season 13/7/3
      Fri Dec 05 2003 07:30 AM

http://hurricane.atmos.colostate.edu/forecasts/2003/dec2003/

He doesn't think that ENSO will be a big factor during the 2004 season.Also in the outlook you can read about the landfall probabilities and there are interesting data there for the US coastline and the caribbean. What is the opinions from all about the doc's first 2004 outlook?

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My 2004 hurricane season forecast=13/8/3

Edited by Cycloneye (Fri Dec 05 2003 06:45 PM)

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