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Planet Earth

Cyclone Trouble Begins in the South

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyFebruary 16, 2008 1:09 AM

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The Southern Hemisphere cyclone season is starting to pick up. We had a Category 4 (Hondo) in the South Indian ocean last week, and this week, we have twin storms (Ivan and Nicholas) aiming at Madagascar and northwestern Australia, respectively. I've taken the liberty of blogging on all this over at The Daily Green. More analysis there, but for now I'll leave you with the latest track map for Cyclone Nicholas, which doesn't look good...

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P.S.: Why the hell did anyone dare to name another storm Ivan ever again? That's just looking for trouble...

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