Weird weather could herald active hurricane season, experts say

May 22, 2011 Read more: The Mississippi Press
While residents north of us battle deadly tornadoes, and to the west they're fight floods, south Mississippi remains in a severe drought and, at least last week, had record-low temperatures. Read more
Chong

Toronto, Canada

#1 May 29, 2011
... Mississippi remains in a severe drought and, at least last week, had record-low temperatures.

What gives? Well, the locusts are not necessarily coming,

but the series of events could be a sign of an active 2011 hurricane season, weather watchers ... Comment?

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