by Joe Snyder
Even as 2005 departed, weather forecasters were issuing warnings that the year of 2006 could be a doozy. Even as the old year became history, barely letting us forget the record-breaking hurricane season our southern states endured, tropical storm Zeta was still bouncing around our southern borders with 65-mile an hour winds. Was Zeta an omen?
Just as all the insurance adjustors began to settle in