Crown Weather is forecasting an active season: (if this winter has anything to say about it, I'd agree....it seems like every year we have an active winter, the following hurricane season keeps us on our toes)
Sunday 1/28/2018 - 10:50 am ET/9:50 am CT:
"Bottom line is that given the combination of neutral ENSO conditions, warm ocean water temperatures, below average wind shear values and the fact that we are still in the active phase of the Multi-Decadal Oscillation, I have concerns that the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season may be another very active one."
Winter 2019 - 2020 Freeze Days so far: 10
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Is there any proof that an active winter leads to an active hurricane season or is that just coincidence? Louisiana is due for some action. This year would be the 10 year anniversary of Hurricane Gustav and the last time we were really threatened was 6 years ago with Hurricane Isaac.
Is there any proof that an active winter leads to an active hurricane season or is that just coincidence? Louisiana is due for some action. This year would be the 10 year anniversary of Hurricane Gustav and the last time we were really threatened was 5 years ago with Hurricane Isaac.
I'd say it's been a coincidence but a lot has to do with the ENSO pattern.
I do not post often but living on the MS Gulf Coast I follow this board closely. I have a question for the professionals and met-heads on the board:
What are your impressions of Global Weather Oscillations (GWO), its Climate Pulse Technology Model and any “pay to predict” organizations. If you’re not familiar with GWO as I wasn’t, its website is www.globalweatheroscillations.com/. Looks like it’s advertising heavily on social media. Thoughts?
I would never pay for just hurricane predictions. Its one thing to be a weather consultant and give your predictions, but to sell predictions specifically I just don't agree with. That site in particular looks like it was made in the 90s by a tinfoil hat wearing freak.