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  1. Often times posters will discuss, compare and contrast historical tropical cyclones and their climatology during an active event thread, but these posts end up buried amongst the overall meteorological storm discussion for obvious reasons. I am opening this thread for current and future discussion as it relates to past tropical cyclone events and their peer-reviewed reanalysis projects. If any person wishes to post about, reminisce or debate past tropical cyclones, regardless of oceanic basin or sea, perhaps they carry that on in this thread so we may have an easier flow of information and archive of such discussion. I have quite a few cyclones to discuss myself and existing preconceptions / misconceptions about a particular region of the Atlantic to flesh out. My first post will be later this evening. But don't wait on me.
  2. 1984-2013 meteorological summer temperature and precipitation averages for Evansville, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, and South Bend...just like the 30 year normals, but of the recent 30. Monthly and season average temperatures...80º+, 90º+, 100º+ days. Monthly and season average total precipitation...0.01"+, 0.10"+, 0.25"+, 0.50"+, and 1.00"+ days.