"AUGUST" Tropical Storms (1851-2013):

By: ncforecaster, 5:23 AM GMT on August 05, 2014

Hey everyone,

This particular blog entry is an updated version of a similar blog entry I wrote two years ago (to account for the past two seasons and various other HURDAT revisions). In it, we will continue our examination of the entire historical record (1851-present), with a focus on "August" Tropical Cyclone (TC) activity throughout the North Atlantic basin. An "August" TC will be characterized as one that initially developed at some point during the...

Updated: 6:28 AM GMT on August 07, 2014

"JUNE" Tropical Storms (1851-2013):

By: ncforecaster, 6:32 AM GMT on June 01, 2014

Hey everyone,

This particular blog entry is an updated version of a similar blog entry I wrote last year (to account for the 2013 season and various other HURDAT revisions). In it, we will continue our examination of the entire historical record (1851-present), with a focus on "June" Tropical Cyclone (TC) activity throughout the Atlantic basin. A "June" TC will be characterized as one that initially developed at some point during the month of June (i.e....

Updated: 7:16 AM GMT on June 05, 2014

AMO, ENSO, AND THEIR EFFECTS ON HURRICANE SEASON/BY THE NUMBERS:

By: ncforecaster, 6:28 AM GMT on April 20, 2014

WHAT DOES HISTORY TELL US?

Hey everyone,

This particular blog entry is an updated version of a similar blog I had posted in the past. The main purpose of this blog entry (and others like it) is my desire to hopefully help others gain a greater understanding of Tropical Cyclone (TC) forecasting and the many atmospheric parameters that influence them.

The climatilogical data contained herein should be most beneficial to anyone intere...

"JUNE" TROPICAL STORMS (1851-2013):

By: ncforecaster, 7:45 AM GMT on June 28, 2013

Hey everyone,

This particular blog entry is an updated version of a similar blog entry I wrote last year (to account for the 2013 season and various other HURDAT revisions). In it, we will continue our examination of the entire historical record (1851-present), with a focus on "June" Tropical Cyclone (TC) activity throughout the Atlantic basin. A "June" TC will be characterized as one that initially developed at some point during the month of June (i.e....

Updated: 6:30 AM GMT on June 01, 2014

MAY TROPICAL STORMS (1851-2013):

By: ncforecaster, 1:29 PM GMT on April 28, 2013

Hey everyone,

This particular blog entry will continue our examination of the entire historical record (1851-present), with a focus on "May" Tropical Cyclone (TC) activity throughout the Atlantic Basin. A "May" TC will be characterized as one that initially developed at some point during the month of May (i.e. May 1-May 31). Those TCs (shown by year) that achieved hurricane (H) and/or "major" hurricane (MH) intensity, will be designated by bold case print...

Hurricane History

Updated: 8:02 AM GMT on May 05, 2014

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