The 2013 Hurricane Season : What to expect for the Upcoming Season

By: HurricaneDean07, 3:40 AM GMT on May 31, 2013

Its May 31st. This marks us being only a day away from the kick off to the 2013 North Atlantic Hurricane Season!

The 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season Starts June 1st and ends November 30th, marking when most tropical cyclones form in this basin, though they can form prior to or after the season.

This time only a year ago, we had already seen 2 named storms in this basin, which lead us to having the 3rd straight year of 19 Named Storms (2...


Updated: 10:54 PM GMT on June 01, 2013

2013 Hurricane Season : April Outlook

By: HurricaneDean07, 1:33 AM GMT on April 09, 2013

We are less than 2 months away from the kickoff of the 2013 North Atlantic Hurricane Season. With that said, its about time for me to post my tweaked and reanalyzed outlook on what the Hurricane Season may bring this year.

Figure 1. A satellite view of Major Hurricane Sandy over Cuba on October 25, 2012.

~~~~Factors and Predictions~~~~

Climate Pattern (El Nino or La Nina?)
Though some may say that the climate pattern is to...


Updated: 7:12 PM GMT on April 18, 2013

2013 Hurricane Season ; Another Active Season to Come?

By: HurricaneDean07, 3:31 AM GMT on February 07, 2013

2013 Hurricane Season Outlook
Hey Everyone! Its been awhile since ive been on the blog, making entries and such, Just wanted to post up a quick blog about the 2013 season in my eyes.

The 2013 season appears to be primed and set to be another above average season as the El Nino event that was forecasted to persist through Spring has withered away and has been replaced by a cold neutral. The season is Still uncertain on Track, but some good ideas towar...

Updated: 12:02 AM GMT on May 13, 2013

Ernesto strengthening; Florence forms

By: HurricaneDean07, 12:29 AM GMT on August 05, 2012

ERNESTOTropical storm Ernesto has continued to organize and slowly strengthen through-out the day, though currently is obviously not statistically strong, with the NHC stating Ernesto has 60 mph sustained winds...Though he is statistically not as strong, he still has the capability of becoming a hurricane within the next 24 hours.Recon; Hurricane Hunters are going to head into the storm later tonight, and might find a stronger Ernesto than earlier (The HH were findi...


Atlantic Basin ready for Take-off.

By: HurricaneDean07, 11:15 PM GMT on July 24, 2012

IntroAfter almost a month of pure quiet in the Atlantic Basin, it appears we might begin to pick up in actvity throughout the next two weeks.Current Atlantic TropicsA non-tropical frontal low located East-Northeast of Bermuda has began to become less frontal and more Tropical in-nature. The low has continued to organize throughout the day and was tagged "Invest 98L". Though it has waned in convective intensity lately, due to Diurnal Minimum, it was given a 40% chanc...


Updated: 11:23 PM GMT on July 24, 2012

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