Colorado State hurricane forecast News

Forecasters Now See Below-Average Activity for Rest of Hurricane Season

Scientists at Colorado State University’s Tropical Meteorology Project have decreased their forecast and now believe that 2018 hurricane season will have below-average activity. According to the forecasters, the tropical and subtropical Atlantic is currently much colder than normal, and the …

Atlantic Hurricane Season Prediction Reduced

Subtropical Storm Alberto kicked off the Atlantic hurricane season a week early, but don’t take that as a harbinger of terrible weather. In fact, cooler ocean temperatures are already spurring researchers to scale back forecasts for this year. Expect six …

Hurricane Season Isn’t Over Yet as Action Shifts to Sandy’s Cradle

Harvey, Irma and Maria have written new chapters into Atlantic hurricane history this past month, but the story isn’t over. Storms certainly will keep coming as the action now shifts to the western Caribbean Sea – Sandy’s birthplace. Storms Lee …

2017 Atlantic Hurricane Activity to be Below-Normal: Colorado State Forecasters

Colorado State University hurricane researchers are predicting a slightly below-average Atlantic hurricane season in 2017, citing the potential development of El Niño as well as recent anomalous cooling in the tropical Atlantic as primary factors. The CSU Tropical Meteorology Project …