"According to NOAA the 2010 Atlantic hurricane season, which ends tomorrow, was one of the busiest on record. In the Atlantic Basin a total of 19 named storms formed – tied with 1887 and 1995 for third highest on record. Of those, 12 became hurricanes – tied with 1969 for second highest on record. Five of those reached major hurricane status of Category 3 or higher."
After so many posts where you ridiculed the forecasters and repeatedly guaranteed they would be wrong, I was surprised you'd be the first to respond... Congrats on hanging around this thread and admitting how wrong you were.
I will dig up some links that might be able to help you learn about tropical forecasting so you will have a little better knowledge before making your next prediction.
I agree, it's a lot of TV weather reporters that shy away from their busts since they didnt make that forecast to begin with. Real mets verify their stuff, since it's impossible to get any better if you don't look at your areas for improvement.