2024 Atlantic Hurricane Season Storm Strength Probabilities

NOAA Predicts Above-Normal 2024 Atlantic Hurricane Season

6/3/2024 - By NOAA. La Nina and warmer-than-average ocean temperatures are major drivers of tropical activity. NOAA National Weather Service forecasters at the Climate Prediction Center predict above-normal hurricane activity in the Atlantic basin this year. NOAA’s outlook for the 2024 Atlantic hurricane season, which spans from June 1 to November 30,… SEE MORE
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Gulf of Mexico is August-Level Hot as Hurricane Season Nears

6/2/2024 - By gcaptian.com. Water temperatures across the Gulf of Mexico have reached or exceeded levels usually found in August when the region is at its warmest, according to the National Centers for Environmental Information. A water temperature reading off of Butternut Key, Florida, has reached 88F (31C), or what is typically found in… SEE MORE
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NOAA Predicts a Below-Normal 2024 Central Pacific Hurricane Season

5/25/2024 - By ecomagazine.com. The 2024 central Pacific hurricane season outlook from forecasters at NOAA’s Central Pacific Hurricane Center and NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, calls for 1–4 tropical cyclones across the central Pacific Hurricane region. A near-normal season has 4 or 5 tropical cyclones, which include tropical depressions, tropical storms, and hurricanes.… SEE MORE
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Researchers Predict Well Above-Average 2024 Atlantic Hurricane Season

4/11/2024 - By Colorado State University. Colorado State University hurricane researchers are predicting an extremely active Atlantic hurricane season in their initial 2024 forecast. The team cites record warm tropical and eastern subtropical Atlantic sea surface temperatures as a primary factor for their prediction of 11 hurricanes this year. When waters in… SEE MORE
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2022 Hurricane Season Forecast Updated

8/21/2022 - By Alex Sosnowski. AccuWeather meteorologists continue to warn about a surge of tropical activity and direct threats to the southeastern United States as the heart of the hurricane season looms, despite a long gap in tropical development over the Atlantic this summer. Atlantic tropical activity this year has been slower… SEE MORE
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Get Ready for Another Destructive Atlantic Hurricane Season

5/25/2022 - By Rebecca Hersher. There will be more hurricanes and tropical storms than usual during this year's Atlantic hurricane season, federal forecasters warn. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicts 14 to 21 total storms will grow large enough to be named. Of those, forecasters expect 6 to 10 hurricanes, 3 to… SEE MORE