Tropical Storm Nadine is blowing our way. Many residents along the Eastern Seaboard, Florida and the Gulf Coast of the United States are watching tropical storm Nadine very carefully. We have had a number of storms on the Pacific Coast is well this year, but it has been far worse all the Atlantic side and this 2006 Atlantic Tropical Hurricane Season will certainly be one to remember.
Thanks to the help of FEMA the previous hurricanes that hit are now being cleaned up. But there is much more work to do and some people are still cleaning up from the 2005 Atlantic Tropical Hurricane Season. When will it end?
I wish I knew, but it appears that tropical storm Nadine or if she keeps growing hurricane Nadine will not be the last hurricane season. Last hurricane season had two post hurricane season hurricanes. As a matter-of-fact if you will recall one actually blew in the New Year celebration. Apparently Mother Nature wanted to get in all the action, as if she didn't cause enough havoc during the regular season.
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