Atlantic Hurricane Season About to Get Busy

The North Atlantic has been very quiet since Hurricane Alex in late June. Alex was the strongest storm in terms of wind speed in the month of June since Alma (1966). However, and according to NOAA’s 2010 Updated Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook issued on 5th August, the Atlantic Basin remains on track for an active … Continue reading “Atlantic Hurricane Season About to Get Busy”

Atlantic Tropical Basin Heating Up

After a relatively quiet start, the tropics are beginning to show some signs of life in the far-eastern Atlantic. An elongated cluster of showers and thunderstorms over the southeastern Atlantic is slowly organizing as it moves generally west to west-northwest. Dry air remains to the north as the system is experiencing little in the way … Continue reading “Atlantic Tropical Basin Heating Up”