From NOAA Igor was a classic Cape Verde hurricane, reaching Category 4 strength with 155 mph winds on Sept. 14, while located about 600 miles east of the northern Leeward Islands. The storm weakened to […]
Global temperatures have taken a dramatic drop over the past few months. I have attached a graph showing average global temperatures the past few years. You can see the El Nino spike in 2009 into […]
Here’s a look at the winter forecast from Colorado State University for the 2011 Hurricane Season. It looks rather favorable for a continuation of the above normal seasons we’ve seen since the mid 1990s. The […]
Cyclone Yasi is expected to hit the Australian coast tonight in Queensland as a Category 5 storm. Wind gusts could approach 190 mph. This is going to be a terrible storm.
This winter has really been quite amazing. I’m not a long range forecaster, but at first glance it seemed like this winter’s forecast would be pretty straightforward. Why? Well, beginning last summer a La Nina […]