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Re: NHC predicts above average hurricane season-2017

ohmy they updated their annual yer gonna die more storms than usual message again i see.
so what is new. is all same same. prep and watch weather.
tis the season.
you get how many landfalls there to our how other many? are they more than a week apart in formation ? we can sail between ours and they form 1 weekly.
have a great summer.
chikkinlittle rules the planet, you know.
we are ready here for our 19-21 annual named events. (those are the ones that will affect us in tropical mexico, west coast.)
we already tried for landfall number one. had a name and everything. it got sidetracked nicely and dissipated.
the key to getting along with named events is not to fear em. prep well donot hold fear.

as for el nino-- there is no sign of a hot current off south america. hence no el nino . there IS a remnant COLD current--could be another la nina. hell we had 2 el ninos in sequence, one being super el nino before our last years la nina--they change in june-- so, it could well be we have a mild la nina after a not mild one last year.
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Re: NHC predicts above average hurricane season-2017

As Hurricane Harvey approaches the predicted landfall on the Texas Gulf coast, I hope everybody who is in that area are able to stay safe. I hope that anybody who has a boat in the area experiences no damage.

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