Skip to comments.Adios, storm season
Posted on 11/30/2010 4:35:42 AM PST by NautiNurse
We count our blessings for a hurricane-free 2010
The turkey leftovers may be only a fond memory, but we're not done with Thanksgiving yet. Today marks the official end of the 2010 hurricane season, and that is cause for thanksgiving aplenty. The season just ending was unusually active, one of the three most active in recent years, the statisticians tell us, but the continental United States was spared. According to storm researcher Adam Lea of the University College London, 2010 was the first season since 1900 with 10 or more hurricanes in which none struck the United States.
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LOL. At least you tried to read the article. That’s better than the headlines-only group. ;o)
Solar Activity is at a minimum right now.
Perhaps the SUN has something to do with the occurrence of hurricanes.
I’ll be perfectly happy with another busy storm season like this one. Lots of fish storms.
There were plenty of hurricanes this year. They just didn’t strike the U.S. mainland. Do you think the sun affects storm path?
Funny how different regions define the words storm season.
Right now the Rockies are beginning the storm season, the ski resorts open and screaming, and residents scooping the fluff off their driveways and sidewalks. Bring on the storms.
Thankfully, it is over though. I'm still recovering from '04.
I remember them well!
Now we only hae to worry about freezing to death!
60 this morning, down from 85 yesterday. Freezing predicted tonight.
At this rate, we will be in another ice age by the weekend.
Ouch and double ouch!
Thank you so much for keeping us informed for all these past storm seasons.
We are expecting a big temperature crash tomorrow afternoon. Nothing near freezing, though we could exercise the a/c in the morning and heater tomorrow night.
May the Lord God Jehovah bless you and yours during this most special time of year!
Hugs and thank you for your faithfulness NN!
Glad to provide useful info when necessary!
Back at you, dear FRiend! I always smile when you pop into a thread. Please give your family an extra hug from me today.
See you next year.
The Pacific had record low activity this year, but I don’t think we’ll hear much about that.
Thanks, Mr. B. I am especially thankful that you were spared this hurricane season. You’ve seen way more hurricanes up close and personally than anyone should endure in a lifetime. ok—except for Jim Cantore, but he gets paid to do it.
Tracking Pacific storms is above my pay grade.
We had that on Thanksgiving Day, which for some reason is normal for south Texas. It’s supposed to warm back up after that though.
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