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WOW!JUN 13, 2011 - National Hurricane Center is bound to be an online resource worth watching over the next six months or so, as hurricane season unfolds in the Atlantic (June 1-November 30) and Eastern Pacific (May 15-November 30). The US NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) has already predicted an above-normal Atlantic hurricane season, while the Pacific season is predicted to be below-normal in terms of the number and intensity of these cyclonic storms. Adrian has been the only hurricane to develop so far, having formed on June 9 off the Pacific coast of Mexico, with sustained winds of 115 mph. Sound familiar? Maybe you recall reading in my 2011 World Forecast Highlights (published last year) about the elevated risk for "powerful storms with damaging winds and heavy precipitation as well as moderate-to-severe seismic activity (including volcanic eruptions)" which was to be expected "from May 24 through June 10 (extended by the southward equatorial crossing on the 9th). The most intense action during the June portion of this period is likely around the 1st and 2nd, as well as the 9th." That's right, June 9 - the year before. And now that we're coming into another one of these geocosmic risk windows - the period from late May into early July is full of 'em - you might want to keep one eye on the National Hurricane Center, and one eye on my June Forecast, particularly the passage describing the June 11-18 geophysical stress window.

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