America’s coastal communities brace for what could be the first tropical storm of the season. The late May storm, which would be named Alex, could arrive ahead of the normal June start of the hurricane season. The possible May start of the season, has many predicting that this season may be more active than normal.
Here at Dewey From Detroit, we are aware of the historic, post-normal change we are going through. So, in order to get a correct, post-normal forecast of activity for the 2010 hurricane season, we bypassed the old school source of the National Oceanographic & Atmospheric Administration. Instead, we called upon the most preeminent post-normal thinker we know: Dr. James Hansimian Ph.D.: