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Atlantic Hurricane Season Shows No Signs of Slowing

8/23/2021 - The 2021 Atlantic hurricane season is well underway, and atmospheric and oceanic conditions remain conducive for an above-average hurricane season, according to the annual mid-season update issued by NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, a division of the National Weather Service. The latest outlook reflects that the number of expected named storms (winds… SEE MORE
Hurricane coming to shore on Key West, CA

Forecasters: Hurricane Season to be Busier than 1st Thought

8/6/2021 - By Seth Borenstein. After a record start, followed by a near-silent July, the Atlantic hurricane season looks like it will be busier than meteorologists predicted a few months ago. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Wednesday updated its outlook for the 2021 Atlantic season, slightly increasing the number of named storms… SEE MORE
Satellite image of Hurricane Douglas

‘Average’ Atlantic Hurricane Season to Reflect More Storms

4/16/2021 - Beginning with this year’s hurricane season outlooks, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center (CPC) will use 1991-2020 as the new 30-year period of record. The updated averages for the Atlantic hurricane season have increased with 14 named storms and 7 hurricanes. The average for major hurricanes (Category 3, 4 or 5) remains… SEE MORE

Isaias Continues Active Seasonal Trend for Atlantic Tropics

8/7/2020 - By David Cannon – Director of Yacht Operations/Meteorologist, Weather Routing Inc. (WRI) The Atlantic Hurricane Season has already been one for the record books and has been far more active than normal thus far. In an average season, we will find 1 or 2 named tropical cyclones (those of Tropical… SEE MORE