Tropical Storms off the Coast of Mexico in May are very rare indeed, this year there have been two and apparently the 2007 Pacific Hurricane Season is on its way. Although Alvin petered out as a strong tropical storm into a mere tropical depression as it heads out to sea, this has not in anyway slowed the exploits of Tropical Hurricane Barbara.In the last one hundred years only twice have two tropical storms appeared in the Pacific prior to the Official Start of the season, June 1st; those years were 1956 and in 1984 and now 2007 shows us perhaps another record breaking year to come. Meanwhile things are relatively mild in the Gulf of Mexico which is a good thing considering the ominous 2005 Hurricane Season.The first named storms in the Atlantic Hurricane Season will be Andrea, Barry, Chantal, Dean and Erin. We still have no idea what size they might be or even if they will become Hurricanes at all. Next on the list in the Pacific are Tropical Storm or Hurricane Cosme, Dalila, Erick, Flossie, Gil and Henriette.So far the Pacific is beating the Atlantic for named storms, but it is awfully hard to tell if that… Read full this story
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