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Planet Earth

I'm Getting Very, Very Worried About Hurricane Season

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyJuly 21, 2008 11:09 PM

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[Atlantic Sea Surface Temperatures: A Whole Lot of Energy Just Waiting for a Storm] I've just blogged over at the Daily Green about the latest tropical developments. I'm a bit stunned that we're on our fourth named Atlantic storm--and likely soon enough, our second hurricane--and it isn't yet August. This isn't good people. This is almost on pace with 2005, and we all know what happened in August, September, and October of that year. You can read my full worried statement here.

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