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Tuesday 11/26/13

Hurricane Forecast Project May Cease
A busted hurricane season forecast may mean that the whole project dies on the vine.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 2:12PM CST 11/26/13 by Bryce Anderson | Post a Comment
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The official NOAA summary of the very weak 2013 hurricane season cites "...an unpredictable atmospheric pattern that prevented the growth of storms by producing exceptionally dry, sinking air and strong vertical wind shear in much of the main hurricane formation region, which spans the tropical Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. Also detrimental to some tropical cyclones this year were several strong outbreaks of dry and stable air that originated over Africa."
Posted by Bryce Anderson at 4:44PM CST 11/26/13
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