State of the Tropics: What We Have Seen and Where We Could Be Headed

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Tropical Weather is something that we have not had to worry about lately across the majority of the US coastal regions. After getting three named systems in the first five weeks of the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season, we have gone another six weeks with no additional systems in the basin. LookingContinue reading “State of the Tropics: What We Have Seen and Where We Could Be Headed”

Tropical Update: Gulf Coast Tropical Development This Week?

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Sunday evening to everyone, We have been dealing with an active weather pattern lately across the Carolinas and a frontal boundary has now slid to our south. At this time of the year we need to pay close attention to what occurs along the front. This is a prime candidateContinue reading “Tropical Update: Gulf Coast Tropical Development This Week?”

Tropics About to Wake Up As We Finish June?

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Let’s talk about the tropics…the month of June has been pretty quiet compared to what we have seen in recent years. Alex did form off the East Coast of the United States and that was all. In terms of global oscillations, the Atlantic Basin has been in negative phases, the Madden-JulianContinue reading “Tropics About to Wake Up As We Finish June?”

2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season Begins on Wednesday

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Sunday evening, hope everyone is having a safe Memorial Day Weekend. This Wednesday marks the start of the Atlantic Hurricane Season (June 1 – Nov 30) for 2022. NOAA just recently updated its projections for the season… As you can see they are projecting a high chance of another aboveContinue reading “2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season Begins on Wednesday”