2019 Atlantic tropical storm season


NOAA says 30% chance 2019 hurricane season sees above normal activity

The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Climate Prediction Center says there is a 30% chance that the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season sees above normal levels of activity and warns of factors including El Nino and a warmer than normal Atlantic that can affect intensity of the season.Overall, a near-normal read the full article →

Andrea becomes first Atlantic named storm of 2019 season

Subtropical storm Andrea has formed in the Atlantic, heading in the general direction of Bermuda and kick starting the 2019 Atlantic tropical storm and hurricane season in advance of its accepted starting date.It's not expected that storm Andrea will strengthen too much, so the threat to Bermuda is not considered read the full article →

Above average Atlantic hurricane & west-Pacific typhoon seasons forecast by AbsoluteClimo

Hawaii based climate and weather modeling, forecasting and risk management firm AbsoluteClimo has forecast an above average number of Atlantic hurricanes and west-Pacific typhoons will form during the 2019 seasons.The forecast goes a little against the grain of other meteorological organisations, who currently predict a relatively average hurricane season in read the full article →