Initial 2015 Hurricane Seasonal Outlook

Atlantic Hurricane Season Forecast (April 2015) Colorado State University (CSU) Atlantic Hurricane Season Forecast Dr. Philip Klotzbach and Dr. William Gray of Colorado State University (CSU) have issued their April forecast for the 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season. Their forecast calls for 7 named storms, 3 hurricanes and 1 major...

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UNSEASONABLE COOL DOWN FORECASTED NEXT WEEK!

A chilly air mass is headed for parts of the northern, central and northeastern U.S at the height of summer early next week. Although the pattern bears a familiar resemblance to January’s brutally cold weather pattern, this deep pool of cool air is actually from the Gulf...

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Prediction for 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season updated…

The Tropical Meteorology Project from Colorado State University (CSU) has released their 3rd seasonal prediction for the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season. Project leads, Dr. Phil Klotzbach and Dr. William Grey, issued the update this morning and the outlook continues to foresee a below-average 2014 Atlantic hurricane season....

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Hurricane Season begins today (June 1st)

The 2012 Atlantic Hurricane Season (and East Pacific) begins today, June 1st 2012. Interestingly we have already seen two named systems, and one landfall in the Atlantic basin prior to this official beginning. It will be interesting to see what lies ahead. Dr. Gray, famous for...

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Comments on Tropical Cyclone Model Forecasts

In the last few years, it has become easy to view on the Internet the forecast tracks of tropical cyclones produced by the various numerical computer models that simulate the atmosphere.  Early Alert provides some of these forecasts as part of its graphics display (example...

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6/25/2012 – Debby Continues To Plague FL

Debby continues to meander in the northeastern Gulf Of Mexico and plague the FL Panhandle and Peninsula. As expected it has also been a nightmare for forecasters with weak steering currents aloft leaving a vast array of computer guidance solutions. The storm has been losing strength...

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