NU Online News Service, Dec. 20, 3:59 p.m. EST

While forecasts for this past hurricane season were largely accurate regarding the number of storms, shorter term weather patterns managed to steer these storms away from the U.S., according to a story that will appear in National Underwriter magazine.

The story, written by Peter Dailey, assistant vice president, director of atmospheric science at AIR Worldwide, notes that the jet stream’s position over North America acted as a barrier that kept many storms over open water this past hurricane season.

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