Tag: Philip Klotzbach

New forecast calls for quieter storm season

New forecast calls for quieter storm season

| 05/07/2018 | 21 Comments

(CNS): Just one month into the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season, experts from Colorado State University have reassessed their seasonal predictions downwards and are now calling for a lot less storm action in our region over the next five months. In its July update, the team, led by Philip Klotzbach, said there remains some uncertainty but they […]

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Latest forecast predicts ‘average’ season

Latest forecast predicts ‘average’ season

| 01/06/2018 | 17 Comments

(CNS): As the Atlantic hurricane season officially begins, experts are predicting an “average” number of storms this year, which means around 14 in total, with the recent Sub-tropical Storm Alberto thrown into the mix. In the update from Colorado State University, the forecasters have dropped their earlier forecast to six hurricanes and two major hurricanes. Below-average sea-surface […]

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Colorado predicts 14 storms in 2018 season

Colorado predicts 14 storms in 2018 season

| 09/04/2018 | 29 Comments

(CNS): The first official prediction for the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane season has been published by researchers; weather experts from Colorado State University and the storm seers are calling for 14 named storms, seven of which will become hurricanes and three of those are forecast to reach the higher end of the Saffir-Simpson scale. Although he predicts […]

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Early predictions call for busy hurricane season

Early predictions call for busy hurricane season

| 04/01/2018 | 39 Comments

(CNS): A number of hurricane forecasters willing to make early and often very speculative predictions all agree that 2018 is likely to be another busy season. Given that the season is some six months away, forecasts made now are unlikely to be precise but even this far out there are several indicators that experts believe […]

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