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I may have masked this in my previous posts, but my point was to ask if you wanted to consider the fact that there are some contestants who did go with a high risk, but who also predicted tornado counts that are very close to the current actual counts. Thus someone who went with a high risk may end up being closer in total tornado count than the closest of the three who went with "no high risk. That will be the harder choice to distinguish between.After reading yesterday’s post again if there are 3 people who guessed no high risk and it’s all about count now then the 3 who are left should be the last ones standing for the prize based on count. Unless a high risk pops up between now and the end of the year, which would be next to impossible.
With SPC showing 991 as the inflation adjusted running number, it seems clear that whoever picked 967 is or will be the winner. That is unless there’s someone with a closer number to 991 and no high risk. What do you think?These three people went with "no high risk" and a tornado count of 875, 950, and 967.
Sounds good to me! There probably weren’t many people as far off as me though!
Given two people guessed 950 and 967, I am not comfortable declaring the 967 as the winning tornado count yet. We really should wait a few months (especially once the shutdown ends) and get a more accurate "confirmed" count before awarding the victor. It's possible the 991 will not be the final number.With SPC showing 991 as the inflation adjusted running number, it seems clear that whoever picked 967 is or will be the winner. That is unless there’s someone with a closer number to 991 and no high risk. What do you think?