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WOW!JUN 7, 2010 - HurricaneForecasts.Info is nothing if not timely, now that we're a week into a hurricane season which NOAA (the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) last month predicted will be "active to extremely active". Hmm . . . where have I heard that before? Oh yeah, it was in my 2010 World Forecast Highlights, published last year: "Iím not expecting a Katrina or Sumatra class year of hurricanes or seismic activity in 2010, but I do anticipate a more than usual level of major storms, quakes and volcanic eruptions associated with this yearís SuperMoons and eclipses." HurricaneForecasts.Info uses tidal modeling to forecast cyclonic storms in the Atlantic and Pacific. Their first forecast is for a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico on June 16 - and that can't be good for the BP mess going on down there as I write this. (My own June forecast calls for an increased risk of "strong storms (high winds, heavy precipitation and the resultant damage including flooding)" in the June 9-19 period, and mentions an arc running through the Gulf of Mexico ("across the Yucatan Peninsula to cross North America from Texas through Alberta") as one of the particular risk zones. Again, hmm . . . Frankly, I'll give HurricaneForecasts.Info props if there's a storm in the blue area on their map in mid-June: that's pretty specific. Meanwhile, anyone in the sphere of influence of hurricanes Atlantic or Pacific might want to check in regularly at HurricaneForecasts.Info, and consider a free subscription to their newsletter. (Commercial long range forecasts are also available.)

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