Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Tropical Storm season update

As we are heading into the heart of the hurricane season, I thought I'd give an update on this aspect of weather as well.  Some were hyping the forecast that this season would be above normal season in the Atlantic. It hasn't played out that way to date. According to the latest stats courtesy of Dr Ryan Maue, all basins of tropical activity are below normal. The Atlantic is @ 65.5% of normal activity with 4 named storms and none yet in August. Now, as I said, we are entering the heart of the hurricane season. We may yet get to above normal in the Atlantic basin. However, I do think the forecast in the links above are over done. But we shall see.

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