‘Very active’ hurricane season is predicted –

‘Very active’ hurricane season is predicted – 04/03/2007 – MiamiHerald.com

“Taking another toss at the tropical weather dart board, a group of university forecasters Tuesday predicted ”a very active” hurricane season.

They expect 17 named tropical storms that grow into nine hurricanes, including five intense hurricanes with winds above 110 mph.”

We’re overdue here on Cape Cod. It’s been 15 years since Hurricane Bob blew through the village and I’m not looking forward to another one. A week of no power, months of chainsaws, angry displaced yellow jackets, trees that think it is spring and flower in September ….. and then there is the annual boat anxiety brought on by every bad weather report.

Author: David Churbuck

Cape Codder with an itch to write

0 thoughts on “‘Very active’ hurricane season is predicted –”

  1. you said “boat anxiety.”
    Shiverrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!

    boat anxiety the real reason why boat owners go nutso in bad weather, even when their boats are safely tucked in their covered boat ports next to the family’s garage.
    It’s enoughto make an old chihuahus, shake.

    Argh matey!
    jim

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