The 2006 Atlantic hurricane season should be slightly less active than originally predicted, federal forecasters said Tuesday.
Forecasters now expect there to be 12 to 15 named storms and seven to nine hurricanes, the
and other National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration agencies said. National Hurricane Center
Three or four could be major hurricanes with sustained winds of at least 111 mph, forecasters said.
Government scientists made their first prediction in May, saying the season could produce 13 to 16 named storms, and eight to 10 hurricanes, four to six of which could become major.
Ok I’ll be serious. This is a perfect example of what is wrong with the global warming theory. Scientists are unable to predict weather months in advance, so how can we believe that they can predict climate decades in advance. Anyways, here is a good graph of hurricane activity regarding the