2022 hurricane season

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NOAA: 65% chance 2022 hurricane season activity above-normal

The US weather service NOAA has just announced its forecast for the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season, and they are another organisation saying it is likely to see above-normal levels of tropical storm activity, with a 65% chance of an above-normal season in 2022. That would make it the 7th consecutive Atlantic read the full article →

Above average hurricane season forecasts continue with UK Met Office

The 2022 Atlantic hurricane season continues to be forecast as likely to see a relatively significant amount of activity, with the latest forecast to be published from the UK Met Office calling for 18 named storms and 8 hurricanes to form. Conditions in the Atlantic tropics are once again expected to read the full article →

2022 hurricane forecasts continue to suggest above-average seasonal activity

Additional forecasts of activity levels for the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season continue to suggest an above-average year of tropical storm and hurricane formation is ahead. New forecasts from university research groups continue to suggest an active 2022 for the Atlantic tropics, with more storms than normal reaching hurricane status. With the possibility read the full article →

2022 hurricane season forecast above-normal, with higher landfall probability

The 2022 Atlantic hurricane season is expected to see above-normal levels of activity according to a number of early forecasts, which also suggest an elevated level of landfall risk for the coming United States wind season. Once again, the early hurricane season forecasts are notable for insurance, reinsurance, insurance-linked securities (ILS) read the full article →