2010 HURRICANE SEASON TO END QUIETLY

Are the clouds over Belize/Yucatan our hurricane season's last gasp?

With only 10 days left to the 2010 hurricane season, the number of tropical storms stands at 19. Only 7 of them failed to become hurricanes. In addition, there were two tropical depressions that did not even become tropical storms.

Atlantic ocean and Gulf of Mexico waters have cooled into the upper 60’s greatly reducing the chance of storm development off our coasts. This week’s low pressure over the west central Caribbean drifted west to the Yucatan peninsula’s east coast and is now fading with shearing east winds near the surface that shift to west aloft.

Cold fronts and dry weather under upper level westerly winds over the southern U.S. has probably brought the curtain down on the 2010 hurricane season which ends November 30.

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