Let's see they also predicted a very active season in 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, need I continue????
2011 featured an above average number of hurricanes, including Irene which knocked a bunch of Pepco customers off line. 2010 was the third most active season on record. 2009 was predicted to be average, not 'very active', and they were right. 2008 was a very active season, including Gustav, which killed 153 people. So yes, please continue. But you may want to stop sniffing the urinal cakes when you are patrolling the bathrooms by the food court. It seems to be affecting your thinking.
@Paul Blart, Facts are facts maybe you need to get you're facts in order, Paulie!!!!
we have a good week next week, heading to Va Bch for some R & R.
Yeah .. I'm hoping good weather for the last week of the month .. heading for OBX .. good luck!
I'll believe the storms when I see them; however, Mother Nature's been such a cranky ol' gal the past few years, anything can happen!
It's just natural variation, so suck it up. Man has had zero impact on the climate.
Good to hear this from an authority.
We are in the longest stretch in recorded hurricane history without a major hurricane Cat 3 or higher striking the U.S. Coast approx 2500 days. How many years is that ?