NOAA lowers its 2014 Atlantic hurricane season forecast

The U.S. NOAA has released its latest update for its forecast for the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season. The forecast from the NOAA now calls for an even greater likelihood of a below normal season, with less storms expected to form and less major hurricanes.Just earlier this week another forecaster Tropical read the full article →

NOAA raises 2012 Atlantic hurricane season forecast

As the 2012 Atlantic tropical storm and hurricane season progresses the chances of storms forming and making landfall is rising, according to the latest forecast update from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Their latest forecast which was published at the end of last week raises the number read the full article →

Katia becomes a hurricane, destination still uncertain

Tropical storm Katia has now become hurricane Katia. The second hurricane of the 2011 Atlantic hurricane season, hurricane Katia originally formed way over to the east near the Cape Verde islands and is making her way slowly westwards. Forecast models diverge considerably on her eventual destination, with some showing Katia read the full article →

Tropical storm Katia forecast to become major hurricane

Tropical storm Katia is currently in the mid-Atlantic with maximum sustained windspeeds of 65mph. A fairly large storm already, with tropical storm windspeeds extending up to 85 miles from the centre, Katia is forecast to become a hurricane within the next few hours. It's likely that the next advisory from read the full article →

NOAA increases hurricane forecast for rest of season

The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center (CPC) have updated their hurricane forecast and have increased the number of storms that they predict to form over the course of the rest of the 2011 Atlantic hurricane season.The updated forecast calls for more tropical storms to form, read the full article →