Seriously. We're about to officially enter hurricane season, and we haven't had any tropical storms.
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This is all from Wikipedia, which also says "The  season is one of only four with a storm before and after the official bounds of the season; the others are 1887, 1953, and 2007." In the last ten years, the first tropical storm has been in the first two weeks of June 5 times, in July 3 times, and in May and April each once.
2008's only got three days to join this exclusive club. Can it do it?
ATLANTIC OCEAN...I'm thinking not.
WHILE SCATTERED SHOWERS WITH EMBEDDED ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE WITHIN 120 NM E OF THE SOUTHERN TROUGH. A SURFACE TROUGH EXTENDS FROM 30N60W TO 24N63W AND IS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ELONGATED UPPER LOW. SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE WITHIN 150 NM E OF THE SURFACE TROUGH.