Right... because we all know Colorado State University uses black helicopters to make sure Lowes gives them 10% on any generator sale during hurricane season.Yep exactly, this is little more than a underhanded "economic stimulus" ploy.
Lately, they say that every year.Very Severe Hurricane Season Ahead, Say Top Meterologists:
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has issued its 2010 hurricane season forecast, predicting one of the strongest seasons on record -- and reiterating fears that the Gulf oil spill may be impacted by the severe weather.
FOXNews.com - Very Severe Hurricane Seasons Ahead, Say Top Meterologists
I don't know what gave you that idea, but to avoid any future regrets - I'll let you know that's very wrong.Nobody can predict what Mother Nature will do.
As hard as it is to predict the current season - it's impossible to predict next season. But you got me curious - what are you seeing that shows next year to be above normal?What do you want to bet... they will predict an "above normal" season again in 2011?!
If I were you, I'd be careful what I wished for.So far they're a bit short of their prediction.... "Hurricane season could be strongest ever say top meteorologists. 23 named storms during the Atlantic hurricane season, with three to seven becoming serious enough to be classified as major hurricanes". With 3 storms already done... Alex, Bonnie and Colin... we'll need a named storm every 5-6 days now for the prediction to be even close. Bonnie was all over the news and the Weather Channel as the beginning of the monster storms. It came right over me here in SW Florida. I've gotten wetter shaving!