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Early Season Tropical Development Is Still Somewhat Possible Early Next Week Near The Eastern Bahamas

It’s still somewhat possible that we could have the first named storm of the 2022 Hurricane Season in the form of a sub-tropical storm early next week near the eastern Bahamas. It’s still possible that an area of disturbed weather more »

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Early Season Tropical Development Possible Next Week Near The Southeastern Bahamas

There is the possibility that we could see our first named storm of the 2022 season as soon as next week near the Bahamas. The catalyst for this possible development is a surface trough of low pressure that’s currently located more »

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2022 Hurricane Season Forecast

Colorado State University has just released their hurricane season forecast & much like we are, they are forecasting yet another active hurricane season. In fact, they are forecasting an even more active season than what we are. Their forecast calls more »

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2022 Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico Hurricane Season Forecast (Issued March 9)

Summary: I am forecasting yet another above average tropical storm and hurricane season. The reason for this is due to the potential for a third consecutive year with La Nina conditions, the forecast of above average ocean water temperatures and more »

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I’m Starting To Look At Data To Determine What The 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season May Be Like

2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season: Now, for my thoughts and musings on how our current La Nina state could play out as we head towards the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season. One of the big questions between now and June 1 is more »

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