Here is my 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season Update and it will be Below to Near Average Hurricane Season Since the El Nino is Developing in the Pacific Ocean doesn't Mean the East Coast of the United States Escape the Hurricanes and the Hurricane Andrew that Hit Florida as a Category 5 Hurricane during the August 1992 and during the Weak El Nino in the Year 2004 Hurricane Charley that Hit Florida and Hurricane Ivan that Hit Florida in September 2004 as a Category 4 Hurricane and Hurricane Jeanne was a Bad Hurricane in the year 2004 and Nova Scotia also got Hit by the Hurricane Gustav in September 2002 and Hurricane Bill that hit Nova Scotia on August 23, 2009 and Post Tropical Storm Danny also hit Nova Scotia on August 29, 2009 and it will be Below Average Hurricane Season dosen't mean the East Coast of the United States will miss the Hurricanes and the East Coast of the United States will get Hit at least 1 Major Hurricane and Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and New Orleans will also get Hit with One Hurricane season this year and New Orleans will get Hit by 1 Hurricane this year and People in the East Coast of the United States don't let your guard down keep your guard up and have your emergency kits, Flashlights, Candles and Extra Batteries Ready and if you have anybody living in East Coast of the United States Be Prepared for the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season and during the El Nino years Florida got Hit by Hurricane Andrew in August 1992 and it was a Category 5 Hurricane and it was real bad even it is a Below Average Hurricane Seasons during other El Nino Years and It will be Below to Near Average Hurricane Season in the Atlantic.
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