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ENSO Updates

By: Tropicsweatherpr, 1:43 PM GMT on September 16, 2011

This blog is made to post all the updates about how ENSO is doing. Feel free to post comments about this important topic.



Updated: 2:20 PM GMT on September 16, 2011

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Will 2011 season reach Greek names?

By: Tropicsweatherpr, 3:04 PM GMT on September 14, 2011

Is a good question to have comments from the members here about this. As a lull in tropical activity appears likely in the North Atlantic basin during the next few days, the question is if the season going to reach the greek names after the lull is over. IMO,the season will not reach the greek names as 6 more named storms will form. With easch passing day,the probability of reaching the Greek names dwindle,but still are there if a very active period occurs.

List of names left before the greek list.

Ophelia
Philippe
Rina
Sean
Tammy
Vince
Whitney


2011 Atlantic season

Updated: 12:14 PM GMT on September 16, 2011

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Will the 2011 Atl season get 4 hurricanes the rest of season to reach the average?

By: Tropicsweatherpr, 7:35 PM GMT on September 12, 2011

So far the 2011 season numbers are 14/2/2. The question is if the rest of the season has four more hurricanes to reach the average for a season. IMO, 2011 will be on average on the hurricane department. What do all think?

Hurricane 2011 Atlantic season

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Will October / November be active?

By: Tropicsweatherpr, 12:14 PM GMT on September 11, 2011

Now that La Nina officially has returned to dominate the Pacific,do all of you think the ladder part of the Atlantic season (October/November) will be active? My answer is yes and the activity will concentrate in the Western Caribbean and off the SE U.S coast. If you ask me for numbers,I say 7 more before the season ends on November 30th.

Updated: 12:22 PM GMT on September 11, 2011

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