Tropical storm Arthur has gradually become better organized during the day, and is still forecast to become a hurricane in the next 48 hours or so. The latest forecast summary shows the storm making a close approach the Outer Banks, NC by Friday before accelerating out to sea.
Hurricane Cristina strengthened today and is expected to intensify over the next few days. It is not forecast to be a threat to land as it continues to move away from Mexico. It is expected to move over cooler waters this weekend and weaken as we move into next week. Here is a look at […]
Back in late 1994, not too long after tropical storm Gordon dropped a ton of rain on us here in south Florida, I got a fax from my friend, Felix DeOsa, who worked at the National Hurricane Center. The title of the article – “Outlook for 1995 Season – Bad” That was my first exposure […]
Back at the peak of the 2013 hurricane season, in a newsletter article for Stormpulse.com, I outlined why I thought activity could pick up as the second half of the season got underway Like most experts at the time, I expected the season to observe at least a few more hurricanes and at least two […]
Read more here: peterccook: Infographic maps from the Times-Picayune showing…