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The Hurricane Season will Never End...

As we here in the Washington DC area prepare for the possibility of snow this weekend, about 1,700 miles east of here there is a hurricane. Today is December 3rd, btw. Meterological winter began two days ago. The solstice is 18 days away. The hurricane season was supposed to end on the 1st. However, there is a Hurricane Epsilon in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.

Even the weather people at NOAA's Hurricane Center are getting tired of this...
THE OFFICIAL FORECAST TRACK WAS
ONLY SHIFTED SLIGHTLY SOUTHWARD AND IS ALONG THE EXTREME NORTHERN
EDGE OF THE GUIDANCE ENVELOPE AND CLOSE TO THE UKMET... ECMWF...
AND CANADIAN SOLUTIONS... WHICH HAVE BEEN THE STEADIEST MODELS.
HOPEFULLY THE SOUTHWARD TRACK AFTER 72 HOURS THAT THE GFS...GFS
ENSEMBLE... NOGAPS... AND GFDN MODELS ARE FORECASTING WILL NOT
MATERIALIZE SO THE 2005 ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON CAN FINALLY END.


PS: This guy's saying there's a two in five chance that another tropical storm forms in the Carribean in mid month.

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