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Is the Atlantic hurricane season of 2010 over?

(from Dr. Jeff Masters’ WunderBlog, Weather Underground) “Since the active hurricane period we are in began in 1995, seven of the 15 years have seen an Atlantic named storm form after November 8. Only two of these storms caused loss of life: Tropical Storm Odette of 2007, whose floods killed eight people in the Dominican Republic, and Hurricane Lenny of 1999, which killed fifteen people in the Lesser Antilles.

I believe we are all done this hurricane season with dangerous storms capable of causing loss of life. The latest long-range models don’t hint at anything developing over the next seven days, and I give a 30% chance we will see one more inconsequential named storm, which will not cause loss of life if it forms.”  Weather Underground

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