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    Fewer Atlantic Hurricanes...

    Well boys.. this might not look good...

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090709/...us_sci_el_nino

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    well thats not good.

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    i thought i had read we were in a la nina year...which is why we had a rainy june.

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    gaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyy

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    Where's Micah at?!? He knows this ****.. hahha

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    ............. Screw Yahoo. They don't know crap.

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    Solar powered gigantic water desalinization stations that turn salt water to ICE 24-7!!

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    el nino is associated with less quantity of atlantic tropical storms, however, I think there is a lag period. For example, the ENSO status in winter correlates to what happens during the tropical season.

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    Although I don't enjoy the lack of storms, I'm loving the weather conditions. The air/water temps have both been in the low to mid 70s lately in NJ. Works for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swellinfo View Post
    el nino is associated with less quantity of atlantic tropical storms, however, I think there is a lag period. For example, the ENSO status in winter correlates to what happens during the tropical season.
    sooooooo...... does this mean that our next winter season will be epic?