2012 Hurricane and Tropical Storm Report

The Tropical Meteorology Project at Colorado State University (CSU) just released its initial outlook for the 2012 Atlantic basin hurricane season. They expect a milder than normal storm season for the central Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, and Gulf of Mexico.

Sounds good right?
Now think back to 1992 when we only had 6 named storms, well below the average of 11.

<= This is Irene.

Remember Andrew?


Andrew was the first named storm and only major hurricane of the otherwise inactive 1992 Atlantic hurricane season, but . . .

Full article at: 2012 Hurricane and Tropical Storm Report – The Article

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