Thursday, March 29, 2007

I Hear the Train a comin'..*

Spray Painted House, New Orleans LA 3/2007
copyright Wm. Greiner
After a quiet hurricane season last year, Florida and other Gulf Coast states likely will be hit with fewer storms than during the active 2005 season, which spawned the massive hurricanes Katrina and Rita, AccuWeather said.

But the storms forecast for the region will pack a punch.
"We will not get anywhere near the amount of storms that we did in 2005, but the intensity of the storms we do get will be of major concern," Joe Bastardi, chief hurricane forecaster for, said in a statement.

By Janet McGurty
Excerpt: Strong hurricanes to hit U.S. Gulf in 07: AccuWeather 3/27/07
Yahoo News


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