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Experts predict an above average 2020 Atlantic hurricane season .


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In Central Florida (greater Orlando area) in the month of March we had 9 days of 90 degrees or hotter this year, a record! When I moved here in the fall of 1990, and for the decade after, you hardly ever had a 90 degree day in March. In fact from late October through April you had an extended fall/spring. Now, like my home country Jamaica, we pretty much have year round summer. 

I can only imagine weather conditions in the Atlantic off the coast of Africa. 

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27 minutes ago, DarterBlue said:

I can only imagine weather conditions in the Atlantic off the coast of Africa. 

Someone's going to get "got".......almost a given.

Of course if you look ahead that's a BIG SIN on this forum....all the focus will be on opening the country and stock market, then BAM! Have some hurricanes! 😀 


"The 2020 hurricane season will be busier than normal, with 16 named storms predicted, eight turning into hurricanes and four growing into major hurricanes, according to scientists at Colorado State University.

That’s three more named storms and hurricanes and two more major hurricanes than the team predicted at this time last year.

(You knew this was coming. From the coronavirus pandemic season into the hurricane season. Sorry.)


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