Record quiet tropical cyclone activity in the Pacific

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 1:37 PM GMT on November 16, 2010

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An area of disturbed weather (Invest 94L) in the southern Caribbean a few hundred miles east of the coast of Nicaragua has lost most of its heavy thunderstorm activity, thanks to dry air at middle levels of the atmosphere. Satellite images show just a few clumps of heavy thunderstorms, and no sign of a surface circulation. Water vapor satellite images show a large amount of dry air lies to the north over the northern Caribbean, which is greatly hampering development. NHC is giving 94L just a 20% chance of developing into a tropical depression by Thursday. Wind shear as analyzed by the University of Wisconsin CIMSS group is a moderate 10 - 15 knots, but the dry air surrounding 94L is probably too great too allow development. 94L may bring heavy rains to Honduras on Wednesday, and Belize on Thursday.


Figure 1. Morning satellite image of 94L.

A record quiet typhoon season
While the Atlantic has had its third busiest season on record this year, it has been a record quiet year for tropical cyclones in both the Eastern and Western Pacific. In the Western Pacific, it is currently the quietest typhoon season on record, according to statistics computed by forecaster Paul Stanko at the NWS office on Guam. On average, by this point in the season, there should have been 24.5 named storms, 16 typhoons, and 4 supertyphoons (storms with 150+ mph winds.) So far in 2010, there have been just 14 named storms, 8 typhoons, and 1 supertyphoon. The record lows for the Western Pacific (since 1951) are 18 named storms, 9 typhoons, and 0 supertyphoons. We have a good chance of beating or tying the records for fewest named storms and fewest typhoons, since there are no current threat areas, and none of the models is predicting tropical cyclone development over the next ten days.

A record quiet Eastern Pacific hurricane season
In the Eastern Pacific, it has also been a record-quiet season. On average, the Eastern Pacific has 15 named storms, 8 hurricanes, and 3 intense hurricanes in a season. So far in 2010, there have been 7 named storms, 3 hurricanes, and 2 intense hurricanes. The record quietest season since 1966 was the year 1977, when the Eastern Pacific had 8 named storms, 4 hurricanes, and 0 intense hurricanes. There is a good chance that the 2010 Eastern Pacific hurricane season is over, since we are already into mid-November, and November storms are quite rare in the Eastern Pacific. La Niña is largely responsible to the quiet Eastern Pacific hurricane season, due in part to the cool sea surface temperatures it brought. La Niña also commonly causes less active Western Pacific typhoon seasons, since the warmest waters there shift closer to Asia, reducing the amount of time storms have over water. Still, it is quite remarkable that both of these ocean basins are having record quiet seasons in the same year--there is no historical precedent for such an occurrence.

I'll have an update Wednesday morning.

Jeff Masters

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193. Neapolitan
1:54 PM GMT on November 17, 2010
NEW BLOG
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192. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
1:42 PM GMT on November 17, 2010
ya pat its as good as done nothing now but a tech issue for next 13 days till the official end

then we watch for clues for 2011
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191. Patrap
1:33 PM GMT on November 17, 2010
Like a well read book,,we close the Cover on the 2010 Season in the Basin.

CONUS made out better than a Kid on Xmas as far as Landfalls,,but the Folks to our South well,,,some took a beating in 2010.

Let the Fronts and cold replace the Warm and Humid days gone past now.

What will 2011 and a new Decade bring?

Stay tuned,,
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190. biff4ugo
1:29 PM GMT on November 17, 2010
Good Morning.
This is like being at the Gym after all the New Years Resolutions have warn off. Did the migratory weather bloggers all move north to a wildfire web site for the winter?
It is so quiet on here!
It rained yesterday and now we are under a fire weather watch. No rain in the forecast anytime soon. The Caribbean storms look healthy today but still seem to be moving too fast for good circulation development.
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188. GeoffreyWPB
1:08 PM GMT on November 17, 2010
Quoting Jeff9641:
Highs staying near 80 for the next several days then warming to the mid to upper 80's mid to late next week.


That's usually a sign that a cold front is coming through:

Local Text Forecast for
Orlando, FL

Nov 17 Today
Partly cloudy. High 82F. Winds NNW at 5 to 10 mph.
Nov 17 Tonight
Clear to partly cloudy. Low 57F. Winds NNE at 5 to 10 mph.
Nov 18 Tomorrow
Mainly sunny. High 79F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph.
Nov 18 Tomorrow night
Clear skies. Low 53F. Winds N at 5 to 10 mph.
Nov 19 Friday
Partly cloudy. Highs in the upper 70s and lows in the upper 50s.
Nov 20 Saturday
Times of sun and clouds. Highs in the upper 70s and lows in the upper 50s.
Nov 21 Sunday
Times of sun and clouds. Highs in the low 80s and lows in the upper 50s.
Nov 22 Monday
Mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the low 80s and lows in the upper 50s.
Nov 23 Tuesday
Times of sun and clouds. Highs in the low 80s and lows in the upper 50s.
Nov 24 Wednesday
Mainly sunny. Highs in the low 80s and lows in the upper 50s.
Nov 25 Thursday
Sunny. Highs in the low 80s and lows in the upper 50s.
Nov 26 Friday
Plenty of sun. Highs in the upper 70s and lows in the low 50s.
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187. GeoffreyWPB
1:04 PM GMT on November 17, 2010
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186. MagicSpork
12:59 PM GMT on November 17, 2010
For all the activity this season, not a single storm made landfall on US coast at hurricane strength. That's like winning the lottery five straight times. There's got to be some kind of record set this year...
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183. stormwatcherCI
12:49 PM GMT on November 17, 2010
Quoting wunderkidcayman:
looks like a day of rain for us today
Did you hear they had a shoot out last night in East End. East Enders were not involved. I hear 3 were shot and one dead. We need the rain. It's getting dry again.
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182. wunderkidcayman
12:31 PM GMT on November 17, 2010
looks like the center of (EX-) 94L is near 15/16N 81.9/82.0W moving NNW-N soon to turn NE-ENE
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181. wunderkidcayman
12:25 PM GMT on November 17, 2010
looks like a day of rain for us today
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180. stormwatcherCI
11:49 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Quoting wunderkidcayman:
hey guys 94L looks good for a dead system let us see if this trend continue they may need to renstate the system
Time will tell. Thunderstorms have increased a bit since last night.
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179. wunderkidcayman
11:45 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
hey guys 94L looks good for a dead system let us see if this trend continue they may need to renstate the system
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178. stormwatcherCI
11:30 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Quoting surfmom:
good morning - just a 20% chance rain of rain -- grummmmble, we're looking like the dustbowl around here in SWFL

Gulf has warmed a bit to 71 degrees from 66
and I have waves : ) surfreport/Aurasurf
"waist high ground swell at the best surf spots on Wednesday. 2 tides on Wednesday low in the am and slow incoming all day. Should be glassy and fun. "

hopefully all 4-leggeds at the Barn will be cooperative and I'll ride the horse(s) in the AM & the wave(s) in the afternoon...life is good
Good morning and have a good time.
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177. surfmom
11:28 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
good morning - just a 20% chance rain of rain -- grummmmble, we're looking like the dustbowl around here in SWFL

Gulf has warmed a bit to 71 degrees from 66
and I have waves : ) surfreport/Aurasurf
"waist high ground swell at the best surf spots on Wednesday. 2 tides on Wednesday low in the am and slow incoming all day. Should be glassy and fun. "

hopefully all 4-leggeds at the Barn will be cooperative and I'll ride the horse(s) in the AM & the wave(s) in the afternoon...life is good
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176. stormwatcherCI
11:20 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
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175. stormwatcherCI
11:16 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
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174. aislinnpaps
11:09 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Good morning, all. A chilly 41 degrees here. Supposed to warm up to lower 70's. Great sweater weather!
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173. stormpetrol
10:59 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
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172. tornadodude
8:43 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
dont ask why I'm up this late (or early) insomnia is cruel

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171. tornadodude
8:35 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
almost the entire state of new jersey has a severe thunderstorm warning, at 335 am, in november!

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170. tornadodude
8:34 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Blizzard Warning

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER CO
1236 AM MST WED NOV 17 2010

COZ045-046-171200-
/O.NEW.KBOU.BZ.W.0001.101117T0736Z-101117T1200Z/
CENTRAL AND EAST ADAMS AND ARAPAHOE COUNTIES-
NORTH AND NORTHEAST ELBERT COUNTY BELOW 6000 FEET/NORTH LINCOLN
COUNTY-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...BENNETT...BYERS...DEER TRAIL...LEADER...
AGATE...HUGO...LIMON...MATHESON
1236 AM MST WED NOV 17 2010

...BLIZZARD WARNING IN EFFECT UNTIL 5 AM MST EARLY THIS MORNING...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN DENVER HAS ISSUED A BLIZZARD
WARNING...WHICH IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 5 AM MST EARLY THIS MORNING.

* TIMING...MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW WITH GUSTY WINDS WILL CAUSE
WHITEOUT CONDITIONS OVER EASTERN ADAMS...EASTERN ARAPAHOE AND
NORTHERN LINCOLN COUNTIES THROUGH ABOUT 5 AM.

* WINDS/VISIBILITY/WIND CHILL...NORTH TO NORTHWEST WINDS AT 25 TO
35 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 45 TO 50 MPH. VISIBILITIES LESS THAN A
QUARTER MILE IN BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...3 TO 6 INCHES NEW ACCUMULATION BY 5 AM WITH
SNOW DRIFTS OF ONE TO TWO FEET.

* MAIN IMPACT...THERE WILL BE DANGEROUS DRIVING CONDITIONS ALONG I-70
BETWEEN DEER TRAIL AND ARRIBA. VISIBILITIES WILL DROP TO LESS
THAN A QUARTER MILE AT TIMES IN BLOWING SNOW. ROADS WILL BE ICY
AND SNOW PACKED WITH DRIFTING OF SNOW POSSIBLE.


PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A BLIZZARD WARNING MEANS SEVERE WINTER WEATHER CONDITIONS ARE
OCCURRING OR IMMINENT. SUSTAINED WIND AND/OR FREQUENT WIND GUSTS
OF 35 MPH OR HIGHER WILL COMBINE WITH CONSIDERABLE FALLING AND
BLOWING SNOW TO PRODUCE WIDESPREAD VISIBILITIES BELOW ONE QUARTER
OF A MILE. TRAVEL WILL BE EXTREMELY DANGEROUS AND IS DISCOURAGED
IN THESE WHITEOUT CONDITIONS. IF YOU MUST TRAVEL...HAVE A WINTER
SURVIVAL KIT WITH YOU. IF YOU GET STRANDED...STAY WITH YOUR
VEHICLE AND WAIT FOR HELP TO ARRIVE.

&&

$$

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169. MercForHire
8:06 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
These slow cane-seasons over there in the Pacific are caused by that thing called ... uummm, what is it ... err ... Localized, no, that ain't it ... let's see ... Occasional, ain't it neither ... dang it, I should be able toremember immediately, since it's been happening for 20 years or so, according to the media ... AHH!! GLOBAL Warming!! Yep, THAT'S it!!

You see, them things called hurricanes, typhoons, etc. use all that hot air & hot water to grow much bigger than any in recorded history, and also each season will always have WAY more of the nasty things than average. That's because all of that hot air & hot water never has never been THIS hot before ... EVER ... because of that there Global Warming thing.

So the proof shows that all of the cane-seasons from now on will be much more destructive & many more of them than ever before. A perfect example is this years Pacific storms, how they just went wild like never before ....

.... err, wait a sec. That didn't actually happen. I see that now, as I paid a bit more attention to the posted article here. It's actually exactly OPPOSITE .... setting records for the LEAST inactive seasons in a major area. And not just 1, but 2 low-yield records!!

Oops .... back to the think-tank some more & see what isn't working like we've been told for a couple decades now that it would. Someone sure goofed, that's for sure. :) :)
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168. tornadodude
7:06 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
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167. ColoradoBob1
6:08 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
The heat is being transported in the form of these extreme rain events. The scope , and level of these things has stepped up, like the one in Colombo Nov. 11 17.5 inches in 24 hours. Two days later one moved over Belgium and France, 5-6 inches in 4 days. It set record high temps while it was raining in the middle of Nov.

Belgium reels from worst flooding in 50 years

Officials have described the flooding as the worst in 50 years. The national weather service said that Belgium had as much rainfall in two days as it normally gets in a month.

I went looking for the numbers for this Belgium event and found this :

Saturday, November 13, 2010 the first day of the event in Belgium. In Brussels it was 57F / 13.8C and 50F / 10C . 13F and 14F above average. In the middle of Nov.

http://www.wunderground.com/ history/ airport/ EBBR/ 2010/ 11/ 13/ DailyHistory.html?req_city=NA&req_state=NA&req_statename=NA

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday were all record setting days for temperature as well as rainfall in Brussels.
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166. CaicosRetiredSailor
5:43 AM GMT on November 17, 2010



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165. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
5:42 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
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163. KoritheMan
4:49 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Quoting KerryInNOLA:
It may not be next year, but the experts say eventually we will enter another relatively quiet period. It is written. It may be still 10 years away, but the cycle is there.Maybe the record quiet Pacific season is the start. Now it is true, AGW may throw a curve ball, but that is not written.


It is actually theorized that AGW will cause an increase in the mean vertical wind shear over the Atlantic, reducing the number of tropical cyclones but increasing the number of powerful hurricanes.
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162. CyclonicVoyage
4:44 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
8-10ft waves for a week does a number on the beaches. The Ocean is coming, another multi-million dollar project washed away. How many more times before you realize you just can't stop it. Pic from Jupiter Inlet, FL.

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161. CyclonicVoyage
4:34 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Quoting KerryInNOLA:
It may not be next year, but the experts say eventually we will enter another relatively quiet period. It is written. It may be still 10 years away, but the cycle is there.Maybe the record quiet Pacific season is the start. Now it is true, AGW may throw a curve ball, but that is not written.


Speaking of not written, according to the Mayan's it will be very quiet soon. :-b
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160. sunlinepr
4:24 AM GMT on November 17, 2010


Earth's Lower Atmosphere Is Warming, Review of Four Decades of Scientific Literature Concludes

ScienceDaily (Nov. 16, 2010) — The troposphere, the lower part of the atmosphere closest to the Earth, is warming and this warming is broadly consistent with both theoretical expectations and climate models, according to a new scientific study that reviews the history of understanding of temperature changes and their causes in this key atmospheric layer.
Scientists at NOAA, the NOAA-funded Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites (CICS), the United Kingdom Met Office, and the University of Reading in the United Kingdom contributed to the paper, "Tropospheric Temperature Trends: History of an Ongoing Controversy," a review of four decades of data and scientific papers to be published by Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, a peer-reviewed journal.

Link
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158. sunlinepr
4:04 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Quoting Neapolitan:
For those interested, Chris Burt just posted an entry to his blog, this one an update on the impressive amount of work he's done researching--and, it appears, possibly/probably debunking--the longstanding world heat "record" set in Libya in 1922. It's a very interesting read for those with a yen for such things...


So the final conclusion is that they don't accept that heat record, should be 56C intead of 58C.
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157. Neapolitan
3:58 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
For those interested, Chris Burt just posted an entry to his blog, this one an update on the impressive amount of work he's done researching--and, it appears, possibly/probably debunking--the longstanding world heat "record" set in Libya in 1922. It's a very interesting read for those with a yen for such things...
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156. sunlinepr
3:56 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Quoting victoriahurricane:
I'm glad you posted that list, because it goes to show that Tropical Storms can be more damaging and/or deadly then Major Hurricanes, yet most people only pay attention if it's a Cat 2 or higher.

.....


Good summary.... though too bad there are always deaths, even with so many warnings that can be given, so many days in advance....
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155. Orcasystems
3:55 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Complete Update






TSPIN BUSTED FORECAST ALIBI
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154. hcubed
3:50 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Quoting KerryInNOLA:
I think we are entering the long awaited period of decreased activity like we had in the late 70s, 80s, and early 90s. If my memory serves me, that quiet period started in the Pacific and spread globally. Could the same pattern be repeating itself?


Nah, that can't be right.

I mean according to all the top scientists, global warming tells us we're supposed to see increased tropical systems, in both intensity and number (globally).

There is no natural reason that storms should decrease.
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153. victoriahurricane
3:49 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
I'm glad you posted that list, because it goes to show that Tropical Storms can be more damaging and/or deadly then Major Hurricanes, yet most people only pay attention if it's a Cat 2 or higher.

Alex - 110 MPH, 946 MB, 33 Dead, $1,885,000
Hermine - 65 MPH, 991 MB, 8 Dead, $115,000,000
Igor - 155 MPH, 925 MB, 4 Dead, $163,900,000
Karl - 120 MPH, 956 MB, 22 Dead, $6 Billion
Matthew - 60 MPH, 998 MB, 126 Dead, $3 Billion
Nicole - 40 MPH, 996 MB, 13 Dead, $235,400,000
Tomas - 100 MPH, 982 MB, 41 Dead, $572,000,000

It's not just the majors that one should worry about, whenever there's any storm even a depression coming close to you do NOT let your guard down.

1 60 MPH Tropical Storm did quadruple the damage of 2 100m mph + Hurricanes and yet 1 major hurricane did 1/125th the damage of a barely classified tropical storm. 1 60 mph tropical storm had more deaths then all the other mentioned above combined. Granted it depends where the storm strikes, but still this just goes to show we shouldn't JUST be worried about major hurricanes as even a tropical depression can be deadly. See you all next season!
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152. RufusBaker
3:35 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Season is OVER time to move on
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151. HurricaneDean07
3:33 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Quoting sunlinepr:
Remembering Igor



REMEMBERING THE STORMS OF 2010...

Alex - 110 MPH, 946 MB, 33 Dead, $1,885,000
Bonnie - 40 MPH, 1005 MB, 1 Dead, $2,000
Colin - 60 MPH, 1005 MB, 1 Dead, Minimal
Danielle 135 MPH, 942 MB, 1 Dead, Minimal
Earl - 145 MPH, 928 MB, 6 Dead, $44,600,000
Fiona - 65 MPH, 998 MB, No Dead, None
Gaston - 40 MPH, 1005 MB, No Dead, None
Hermine - 65 MPH, 991 MB, 8 Dead, $115,000,000
Igor - 155 MPH, 925 MB, 4 Dead, $163,900,000
Julia - 140 MPH, 948 MB, No Dead, Minimal
Karl - 120 MPH, 956 MB, 22 Dead, $6 Billion
Lisa - 85 MPH, 982 MB, No Dead, None
Matthew - 60 MPH, 998 MB, 126 Dead, $3 Billion
Nicole - 40 MPH, 996 MB, 13 Dead, $235,400,000
Otto - 85 MPH, 972 MB, 1 Dead, $58,000,000
Paula - 100 MPH, 981 MB, 1 Dead, Unknown
Richard - 90 MPH, 981 MB, 2 Dead, $24,700,000
Shary - 75 MPH, 989 MB, No Dead, None
Tomas - 100 MPH, 982 MB, 41 Dead, $572,000,000

21 Tropical Cyclones
19 Named Storms
12 Hurricanes
5 Major Hurricanes

282 Directly and Indirectly Dead
11.299 Billion Dollars At The Least...

This is one heck of a season...
Bye All, Be back in 2 to 4 weeks!
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150. presslord
3:27 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
I know this woman...please say a prayer for her...
Link
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149. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
3:22 AM GMT on November 17, 2010


LATEST CURRENT SURFACE
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148. sunlinepr
3:07 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Remembering Igor

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147. HurricaneDean07
3:05 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
189 Days... until 2011 hurricane season.
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146. HurricaneDean07
3:01 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Here is The images of The Active and quiet periods.

From 1850 to 1880 = active period.
From 1890 to 1930 = quiet period



Notice how the # of hurricanes stays relatively the same, accept for the end when it raises once again. The new decade is here so 2010 is on there.
From 1940 to 1990 = In-between Period
From 1995/2000 to Present-Continuing = Active Period



I think with the current pattern we will see the the active period continue for another 8 Years.

I'll be gone from the blog for probably about a two to four weeks...
will be on for a few more minutes so if you have any questions on the subject, above please ask...
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145. sunlinepr
3:01 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Quoting Ossqss:
Just one last tech tip as I exit from conflict on the obvious :)

Nice stuff, and kinda makes ya wonder whats next. LOL~~~ L8R

http://www.eye.fi/how-it-works/basics

That SD card with WiFi is excellent for a reporter, takes video and it is already sent to Facebook, or his TV network. For surveillance, if robbed the face of the guy you record on video, is sent to whatever place you want, even if he breaks your camera.... And it has many other applications...
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144. sunlinepr
2:53 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Quoting Ossqss:
Just one last tech tip as I exit from conflict on the obvious :)

Nice stuff, and kinda makes ya wonder whats next. LOL~~~ L8R

http://www.eye.fi/how-it-works/basics


Excellent tech tip....
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143. sunlinepr
2:51 AM GMT on November 17, 2010
Quoting doabarrelroll:

im lost wasnt this season ridiculously busy?




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