Pacific Wreaks Havoc While Atlantic Remains Calm This Hurricane Season

 Thursday, September 11, 2014

 Insurance Journal

For all the Atlantic Ocean’s composure this hurricane season, the eastern Pacific is turbulent after already producing its 15th storm. Tropical Storm Odile formed southwest of Lazaro Cardenas, Mexico, yesterday, almost a full month before its 15th storm formed last year. As that was happening, forecasters were watching a 16th potential storm farther in the Pacific. In the Atlantic, the day came and went with nothing more than a little rain far out to sea.
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