Hurricane season begins June 1 and top forecasters with Colorado State University are predicting a quiet year.
NOAA still believes the 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season will be above normal with “the possibility that it could be very active,” according to the organizations updated outlook.
While South Florida has been able to avoid much of the hurricane activity in the last few years, it may be more difficult this year if NOAA’s outlook for the 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season comes to fruition.
Phil Klotzbach and William Gray, renowned Colorado State University climatologists, are predicting the fourth busy storm season in a row.
Colorado State University climatologists Dr. William Gray and Phil Klotzbach have increased their predictions for the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season by 3 named storms.
After predicting above average activity for the last few Atlantic Hurricane Seasons, federal forecasters are singing a different tune for this year.
Dr. William Gray has issued his first prediction for the Atlantic Hurricane season and the numbers predict a weaker season that should be about 25 percent less active than the long-term average.
As South Florida continues to keep a close eye on Tropical Storm Emily, U.S. government forecasters have updated their Atlantic hurricane season outlook, just as the peak period for hurricanes begins.
With just weeks to go until the official start of the 2011 Atlantic Hurricane season, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released its update prediction Thursday and it looks like it could be a very busy this season.