This must piss off liberals so much:
The Many Eccentricities of Hurricane Season 2010 (So Far)
But the most important part of this is really around just how much we don’t know:
“The persistent steering pattern of storms away from the U.S. points to a limitation of seasonal hurricane forecasts: they give no indication of which locations are more vulnerable to a landfalling storm. Cangialosi said there just is not enough forecasting skill in predicting average weather patterns, combined with the locations where storms will form, so far into the future. “We’re nowhere near doing that,” he said. “We have enough trouble doing that as a five-day forecast.”
That is the main reason I am so skeptic about the disastrous predictions about climate change. We are really just doing guessing work here.