2014 Atlantic tropical storm season

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2015 could see more active Atlantic hurricane season: Munich Re

The 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season officially drew to a close yesterday, ending another benign year where no major hurricane impacts were seen in the United States. 2015, however, may not be so quiet in the Atlantic according to Munich Re.Global reinsurance firm Munich Re has published an update on the read the full article →

Hurricane Gonzalo still tracking to strike Bermuda, latest updates

Hurricane Gonzalo, a major Category 4 storm, continues to head for Bermuda and looks set to impact the island heavily over the coming day or so. Here are some of the latest updates, tracking maps and forecast model information.Update 21:00 BST, 16:00 EST, 17th Oct:Latest position update from the NOAA.Hurricane read the full article →

Hurricane Gonzalo now a Category 3 storm, severe threat to Bermuda

Hurricane Gonzalo, the seventh named storm of the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season, formed to the east of the Leeward islands at the beginning of this week and has steadily intensified to Category 3 major hurricane status and poses a severe threat to Bermuda.For the latest on Gonzalo see our read the full article →

Tropical storm Gonzalo to become hurricane, threaten Leeward islands

Tropical storm Gonzalo, the seventh named storm of the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season, has formed to the east of the Leeward islands and is expected to become a hurricane in the coming days. The forecast models do not expect any U.S. threat to emerge from this storm.Yesterday when we wrote read the full article →

Tropical storm Fay buffets Bermuda as Atlantic tropics warm up

Tropical storm Fay is passing very close to Bermuda this morning, bringing maximum sustained winds of 60mph to 70mph and heavy rains. Meanwhile conditions for tropical storm development in the Atlantic are hotting up.Tropical storm Fay, the sixth named storm of the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season, developed out of a read the full article →

Tropical storm Edouard forms in Atlantic, no U.S. landfall threat

The fifth named storm of the 2014 Atlantic Tropical Storm & Hurricane Season has formed in the Atlantic, but forecasters don't predict any impact to the U.S. with tropical storm Edouard likely to curve northwards in the mid-Atlantic ocean.Conditions in Edouard's path are becoming more conducive for development and the read the full article →

Tropical storm Dolly forms in Bay of Campeche, rain threat to Mexico

The fourth named storm of the 2014 Atlantic Tropical Storm & Hurricane Season, has formed in the Bay of Campeche area of the southwest Gulf of Mexico. Tropical storm Dolly will be no threat to the U.S. but will pose a rain threat to Mexico.Update 14:15 ET:Tropical storm Dolly's winds read the full article →

Tropical storm Cristobal forms, not expected to impact U.S. coastline

Tropical storm Cristobal, the third named storm of the 2014 Atlantic Tropical Storm & Hurricane Season, has formed in the eastern Caribbean and weather models have converged on a track between the U.S. and Bermuda, so no major impact is expected.Update 26th August - 04:50am EDT, 09:50am BST: As forecast read the full article →

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 →

TSR increases its forecast for 2014 Atlantic hurricanes to six

Tropical Storm Risk (TSR), the academic initiative which partners with re/insurance industry and science to provide tropical weather forecasts, is the second forecaster so far to increase their prediction for the 2014 Atlantic tropical storm and hurricane season.TSR’s Professor Mark Saunders and Dr. Adam Lea have increased the number of read the full article →