More Hurricanes Expected in 2008

June 2008
Fire Chief;Jun2008, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p17
Trade Publication
The article reports that AccuWeather.com Hurricane Center meteorologists, lead by Chief Long-Range and Hurricane Forecaster Joe Bastardi, have released a hurricane forecast in the U.S. for 2008. The bases for the forecast are the waning of La Niña condition and the continuous warm-cycle in the Atlantic Basin, recognized as the defining factors for hurricane. It states that the weather is being attributed to the previous weather conditions in the years 1950, 1996, and 1999.


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