A look at the 2012 Atlantic Hurricane Season

By: Levi32 , 8:14 PM GMT on March 27, 2012

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2:10 PM GMT on April 15, 2012
thanks for posting Levi
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12. seflagamma
3:40 PM GMT on April 07, 2012
Have a Blessed and Happy Easter Weekend!

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11. seflagamma
7:21 PM GMT on April 06, 2012
Great Job Levi,

You did this like 9 days before the "official" U of C forcast came out and your is about that they said!

Good news about a "lower or nearly average" year for hurricanes... but we all know what happened in 1992 with our first "A" storm in late August...

Thanks for the update and I will be peeping back in from time to time once the season cranks up.

Good Friday to you and Happy Easter Sunday.

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10. msphar
7:06 PM GMT on April 06, 2012
Great summary and analysis as usual! I was just starting to think about the coming summer season, probably because I am still wearing long johns and dreading the cold outside and would like to be someplace warm. My area has been very cold and dry this winter. I can't wait for La Nina to go away.
Your summary really crystalizes my focus on the tropics. Thanks!
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9. LakeWorthFinn
5:42 AM GMT on March 28, 2012
Thanks, I was just wondering what you'll say about the forthcoming season and here I have my reply :)
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8. Ossqss
2:26 AM GMT on March 28, 2012
Nice Job Levi!

It has been quite interesting to see the interplay of the various oscillations and the heat and cold waves across the globe. This year was interesting with respect to the few past years. It almost seems like the Temp/Precip phenomenon moved around the globe from continent to continent via high pressure blocking to boot.

Be well!
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7. traumaboyy
12:30 AM GMT on March 28, 2012
Good one Levi! We will see!
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6. CaicosRetiredSailor
11:00 PM GMT on March 27, 2012
Thank you so VERY much for your easy to follow presentation. Your use of the illustrations helps me to visualize the various large scale patterns which influence our hurricane season. Thanks again.
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5. nigel20
10:04 PM GMT on March 27, 2012
Thanks for the update....I think you made a pretty good assessement of what may happen further down
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4. AtHomeInTX
9:43 PM GMT on March 27, 2012
Thanks Levi. Great as usual. Good explanation of why it may be wet around the SE. I'm not sure why we had so much rain when it was forecast to be dry because of the La Nina. The jet stream maybe? Anyway, not complaining. And as much as we've had already we would still be in a hurt if we had another dry summer. So possibly more rain to come is good to hear. :)
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3. HurricaneDean07
9:30 PM GMT on March 27, 2012
Keep on posting! I enjoy watching them when Im on...
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2. Tropicsweatherpr
9:03 PM GMT on March 27, 2012
That was a very complete runndown of how things are looking right now. I am very interested on what will be going on with the Sahel and the Gulf of Guinea as West Africa has been going thru a drought for the past few months.
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1. MAweatherboy1
8:58 PM GMT on March 27, 2012
Excellent video... It's good to hear some insight from someone who's definitely more of an expert than most on the blog.
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