Purely Mathematical 2009 Atlantic Season Prediction, Part 2

By: SavannahStorm, 10:03 PM GMT on June 15, 2009

In my first post, I gave my prediction of 7 hurricanes and 3 major hurricanes for the 2009 season. Here is my methodology and how I came up with those numbers.Let me once again give my disclaimer on the problems with using statistical climatology. Climatology merely tells us how weather has reacted to certain situations in the past, but it will not necessarily tell us what will happen in every instance. However, we can get a good idea of how tropical systems form ...

A Purely Mathematical Atlantic Season 2009 Prediction

By: SavannahStorm, 7:06 AM GMT on June 14, 2009

2009 Atlantic Hurricane SeasonClimatology merely tells us how weather has reacted to certain situations in the past, but it will not necessarily tell us what will happen in every instance, though. However, we can get a good idea of how tropical systems form under certain conditions. With this in mind, here is how I have come up with my 2009 season prediction.This is a purely mathematical system I have come up with which focuses mainly on ENSO conditions during the...

Updated: 3:12 AM GMT on June 15, 2009

E. Coast Marine Fishing Forecast

By: SavannahStorm, 4:57 PM GMT on September 23, 2008

Week of Tuesday, September 23, 2008Abbreviated ForecastDue to time restrictions, only an abbreviated forecast this week. The synopsis is much the same, though, for the entire East Coast. A strong cold front off the eastern seaboard is already building large swells and strong NE winds. The system will become cutoff in the next day or two and become an extratropical or subtropical system. The tropical invest 93L currently over the Dominican Republic will begin to a...

E. Coast Marine Fishing Forecast

By: SavannahStorm, 3:51 PM GMT on September 16, 2008

Through Sunday, September 21, 2008The dominant feature on the East Coast is a stalled low pressure front over the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic coast. Showers and scattered strong thunderstorms will be possible from Delaware through Georgia through Thursday. Isolated afternoon thunderstorms will be likely for South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida through the week. Approaching Friday, the front will begin to slide up the East Coast, bringing rain and wind to the North...

Updated: 7:41 PM GMT on September 16, 2008

E. Coast Marine Fishing Forecast

By: SavannahStorm, 4:00 PM GMT on September 09, 2008

Through Sunday, September 14, 2008The dominant feature on the East Coast is a vigorous storm front that is loosely associated with the remnants of Hanna. This will create light summer Nor-easter conditions into Wednesday with possible severe thunderstorms, subsiding by Thursday afternoon for most of the upper East Coast. Farther south, Hurricane Ike will bring strong offshore winds to Florida and the Gulf Coast. Forecast is highly dependent upon the speed and trac...

Updated: 4:47 PM GMT on September 09, 2008

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