Prediction: Bad hurricane season for 2011.
|Date To Occur From:||June 01, 2011|
|Date To Occur To:||November 30, 2011|
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|Made By:||John Hogue|
|Date Made:||May 04, 2011|
|Where Made:||Coast To Coast AM h2|
During the second hour of Coast To Coast AM, a caller asked John Hogue about earthquakes and hurricanes for 2011.
John Hogue: "Well, first I'll take care of the hurricane season prediction. In predictions for 2011-- in predictions for 2010 I said that there would be very quiet hurricane season. And it's interesting because the weather service--"
George Noory: "And it was."
John Hogue: "It was, yeah. I'm not saying that for this one. This will be another 2005 kind of season. Uh, it may actually, uh, impact the Atlantic seaboard southern end more than it did in 2005. Um, when I made a prediction in 1998 that the first five hurricane seasons-- and this was published in the book 1000 for 2000: Startling Predictions-- uh, I made this prediction in '98, I said it again on Hannity and Colmes, on December 31, 1999, that there would be five hurricane seasons-- first five between 2001, 2005-- there would-- we would lose New Orleans or Miami to the first supercharged super hurricane of global warming. Unfortunately, on the fifth season, New Orleans, uh, suffered it's levy breaks, and, and, unfortunately, I think that is fulfilled. I am still concerned about Miami. But I'm more concerned about Haiti. Uh, very much more concerned, in this coming season. This may be one of the 12 catastrophes of 2011."