HURRICANE SEASON FOR 2017 | MODELS AND SEASON IN REVIEW

HURRICANE SEASON- STARTS JUNE 1ST, AND ENDS NOVEMBER 30TH: BELOW THIS TEXT ARE A COUPLE OF MODELS FOR MONITORING A CURRENT CYCLONE SITUATION. THE LIVE MODELS WILL DISPLAY CURRENT STATUS ILLUSTRATION FOR ANY CYCLONE ACTIVITY THAT MAY BE OF CONCERN. TO GET DETAILED INFORMATION OF ACTIVE CYCLONES, CLICK ON THE ILLUSTRATED IMAGE. THE DETAILED REPORTS CAN HELP IN PREPARATION FOR LIFE AND PROPERTY PROTECTION IF IT IS HEADED IN YOUR DIRECTION.

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THE MODELS BELOW ILLUSTRATE CURRENT OCEAN TEMPERATURES AROUND THE WORLD. THESE CURRENT TROPICAL CYCLONES ARE HAPPENING NOW. OBSERVATIONS OF "NOW" SST's ON IMAGES BELOW.

 
OBSERVATIONS OF THE ATLANTIC REGION BY THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER.

 

NOAA forecasters are predicting a normal Atlantic hurricane season most likely this year. However, as with any season, the need to prepare for the possibility of a storm striking near you is essential. The Pacific tropical storms usually are non-direct with landfall, although as the season progresses, the tropical disturbances tend to be more northwest veering.

In its initial outlook for the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, which runs from June through November, NOAA’s National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center has issued initial probabilities for 2017. As the season gets going, SWS will post the trending for this tropical cyclone season.

The season will be monitored as to this sea surface temperature pattern. eyes on the east pacific should be noted by the image above. any tropical cyclones that can gain steam out of the mainland Mexico region cold feed on the warm SST's now showing up.

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