2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season

This is our 2015 page, view the 2016 season page here.


Track the progress of the 2015 Atlantic hurricane season, including every tropical depression, tropical storm and Atlantic hurricane that forms. Find a hurricane tracking map below which will show live named storm information through the 2015 season. There are also links to recaps of storms so far this year, forecasts of seasonal tropical storm and hurricane activity for 2015, satellite images of the Atlantic, information from the U.S. National Hurricane Center about the current tropical conditions and links to other useful hurricane season data sources. If you find this page useful please bookmark it so you can return easily and also share it with your contacts.


2015 Hurricanes and Tropical Storms

As 2015 hurricanes and tropical storms form in the Atlantic basin or Caribbean each tropical storm name will become active and link to more information.


2015 Hurricane Season Predictions & Forecasts

Artemis features a range of tropical storm and hurricane season forecasts for the 2015 season. These figures will be updated throughout the year as new forecasts are published. If you would like to add your forecast information please contact us.

ForecasterNamed stormsHurricanesMajor hurricanes
Colorado State University731
Tropical Storm Risk1152
Weatherbell (Joe Bastardi)
Weather Services International (WSI)
Global Weather Oscillations1483
Average forecast
Long-term average
 12 63
2015 Hurricane Season Actuals









Landfall probabilities for hurricanes and tropical storms

United States Landfalling Hurricane Probability Project
From the Tropical Meteorology Research Project at Colorado State University and the GeoGraphics Laboratory at Bridgewater State University

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