MJO timing should ramp season activity

By: moonlightcowboy, 9:10 PM GMT on August 10, 2013

I'm still reasoning an above average active season for several reasons, but mostly based on the simple logic of the moisture-enhancing, upward pulse of MJO forecast to be entering the basin.

The general rule of thumb is when one basin is active the other is more likely to be inactive. Right now we've got systems in the Pacific but none in the Atlantic which would seem to support that theorem, and support the relationship between the MJO and tropical acti...

Updated: 9:23 PM GMT on August 10, 2013

STRANDED, & now let me get this straight...

By: moonlightcowboy, 8:38 PM GMT on August 09, 2013


"I'm stranded at the edge of the world
It's a world I don't know
Got no where to go
Feels like I'm stranded

And I'm stranded between that ol' devil and the deep blue sea
And nobody's gonna tell me, tell me what, what time it is

Everyday, everyday, it's hustle, hustle time, hustle time
Everyday and every way, one more, one more mountain to climb

It's l...

Dorian - tropical popcorn for a few more days!

By: moonlightcowboy, 4:46 AM GMT on July 25, 2013

Chantal cranks up early CV season

By: moonlightcowboy, 5:23 PM GMT on July 06, 2013

I won't be updating the main original main blog below, too lazy ;). Instead I'm choosing to rather update thoughts in the comments section so it'll sort of serve as a chronological perspective history since 95L's/Chantal's start. You are welcome to post most any comment related to the blog's topic. I don't check it often, but I'll get back to any posts as soon as I can. :) TIA.

95L is tracking westwards and will continue to track mostly west,...

2013 Hurricane Season

Updated: 7:05 PM GMT on July 08, 2013

Happy Independence Day!

By: moonlightcowboy, 5:17 PM GMT on July 04, 2013

(photo credit, MGCPC member)



Updated: 5:19 PM GMT on July 04, 2013

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