Cooler, Wetter Winter Thanks To El NinoThis winter will be a little cooler and wetter than usual thanks to an unusually strong El Niño in the Pacific.
NOAA Updated Outlook: 90% Chance Of Below-Normal SeasonThe updated outlook for the 2015 hurricane season, which started June 1, calls for 90 percent probability of below-normal season.
CSU Forecaster Calls For Below Average Hurricane SeasonFor those who dread the Atlantic Hurricane Season every year, there's some good news for 2015.
El Niño Advisory Issued For All Of North AmericaMeteorologist John Gerard says an El Niño advisory has been issued by the Climate Prediction Center for all of North America including the entire U.S. as well as South Florida.
El Nino Finally Here; But This One is Weak, Weird & LateA long anticipated El Nino has finally arrived. While it may be good news for South Florida because the El Nino phenomenon is said to decrease hurricane activity in the Atlantic, Gulf and Caribbean Sea, it's too little too late for drought-struck California, according to meteorologists.
Experts Expect Wetter & Cooler South Florida Dry SeasonWeather experts released a new dry season outlook Thursday afternoon. The forecast calls for a wetter and cooler than normal winter season in South Florida.
NOAA Releases New "Below-Normal" Hurricane Season PredictionForecasters are now saying the Atlantic Hurricane Season is likely to be a “below-normal” season.
Study: Slightest Change Can Thwart Hurricane Season ForecastsScientists are learning more about why some hurricane seasons and storms are worse than others.
5 Things To Know About Hurricane SeasonThe 2014 Atlantic hurricane season is nearly upon us and with a new season comes new ways to try and predict how these extremely unpredictable storms will impact land.
Forecasters Predict Below-Average 2014 Hurricane SeasonHurricane season begins June 1 and top forecasters with Colorado State University are predicting a quiet year.
Climatologists: Hurricane Season 2013 To Be Active AgainPhil Klotzbach and William Gray, renowned Colorado State University climatologists, are predicting the fourth busy storm season in a row.