In a stunning display of "confusion", Hurricanes cannot decide whther they like warm water or cool. A study based on lagoon mud on the Puerto Rican island of Vieques shows that there were periods of more frequent hurricane activity even though ocean temperatures were cooler than those measured today CONFUSED HURRICANES
The image to the right was provided by NOAA. Its signficance is as great a mystery as the cause of the first 2007 storm, Andrea.