Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Media disappointed by lack of death and destruction

In today's Boston Globe, we learn that it's tough to predict deadly storms:
Late-forming El NiƱo conditions are blamed for the fact that last year's hurricane season was more benign than forecast, said Philip Klotzbach, a forecaster at the hurricane center of Colorado State University in Fort Collins.
I would have thought El Nino deserved credit, not blame, for preventing another Katrina, but then I'm not a Weather Channel groupie.

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