Thursday, September 10, 2009


September is the month often described as the height of "Cape Verde Season," and the 10th is considered the peak of the entire hurricane season. Valid data exists to support this claim: Statistically, over the past 100 years, a very clear pattern analyzing number of storms at any given day of the season, and plotting them on a graph, shows September 10 as the "busiest" day of the year. The graph below is provided by the National Hurricane Center:

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