The 2020 Atlantic season ended with a record total of 30 named storms, 13 of which became hurricanes. For 2021, initial indications were that the tropics would be just as favorable for development as they were last season.
While it may seem like this season has been relatively quiet, as of August 4, we've seen five named storms (including Category 1 Hurricane Elsa) putting the basin “above-normal” in terms of activity. Continue reading this forecast to get more information on the long-range patterns that help to identify where and how many storms may develop this season and to watch StormGeo Senior Meteorologist Chris Hebert walk through our full forecast.
StormGeo's lead forecaster, Chris Hebert provides the forecast for the 2023 Northwest Pacific Typhoon Season.Shipping | Oil & Gas | Renewables & Energy Markets | Other Industries
In this regularly updated forecast, StormGeo's Hurricane Forecasting team looks at current conditions across the Atlantic and Pacific as well as long-range patterns to identify...Shipping | Oil & Gas | Renewables & Energy Markets | Other Industries