2015 Atlantic tropical storm season


2015 Atlantic hurricane season forecasts well below averages

Forecasts for 2015 Atlantic tropical storm and hurricane season activity remain well below both long-term and more recent historical averages, suggesting another low impact year for the U.S. coastline, at least in terms of storm numbers. Updated forecasts are now available from both the Colorado State University Dept of Atmospheric Science read the full article →

NOAA to provide storm surge watch and warnings for hurricanes

The U.S. NOAA’s National Hurricane Center (NHC) has announced plans to launch a storm surge watch and warnings graphic, the next phase following their Potential Storm Surge Flooding Map that launched at the start of the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season. As we reported previously at Artemis the NHC released the freely, read the full article →

2015 Atlantic hurricanes, early forecasts suggest average to below season

Early forecasts for 2015 Atlantic tropical storm and hurricane season activity suggest an average to slightly below average season, but there is some divergence of opinion this far out from next years tropical storm season. Update: Visit and bookmark our 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season page for all the latest forecasts, tracking read the full article →

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 →