Hurricane Harbor

A writer and a tropical muse. A funky Lubavitcher who enjoys watching the weather, hurricanes, listening to music while enjoying life with a sense of humor and trying to make sense of it all!

Friday, April 15, 2016

2016 Atlantic Hurricane Forecast 12 named storms, 5 hurricanes & 2 major hurricanes??

Remember what those images are up above?
Hurricanes and hurricane symbols and palm trees blowing in the wind.
Yes it's that time of year that we begin reading the CSU report.

This year's report was written by Phil Klotzbach but..
... always enjoy seeing pictures of Dr. William M. Gray.

You can follow Phil Klotzbach on Twitter.

Let's look at the forecast below.

Yes, it's that time of year ....
....when we start reading up on the Hurricane Season.

The link to this long, great read is shown below. Crab a cup of joe or make some chamomile tea and sit down somewhere in a comfortable chair and digest this the way you would chocolate chip cookies. Slowly, savoring one bite after another. Let the flavors burst about in your mouth... your brain and picture the possibilities.

The analog years for this year given are shown below.
Think of this as a tease... to get you to read the whole report.

You'll have to read the report to learn more.

I'll give my thoughts soon.

Oh and you might want to keep this link handy.
If you don't have a degree in meteorology you may need it.

Good luck... enjoy!!
Happy reading...

Today in weather we are watching South Florida.
Well a good part of Florida for severe weather.

I truly love the NWS out of Tampa Bay.
They have an awesome site with great graphics.
Depth of discussion on many topics.

There is their main page.
Use the page and it's links to learn a lot when you got the time.
Who has the time anymore though is the question?

We get so busy and so lost online.

All eyes are on South Florida.
And well other eyes are out west.
Winter is not gone.
Spring is staying.
Summer is not far way.

Weather is a continual see saw...
... a constant attempt by Mother Nature to keep the atmosphere moving.

Hurricanes transfer energy from the equator  to the poles.
Textbook definition from Tropical Meteorology 101

Beyond that it's complicated.

Where winter cold weather rushes Southbound.
Warm weather is on the other side as seen in the graphic above.

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Besos BobbiStorm
@bobbistorm on Twitter

Ps as for me... enjoying the smell of food cooking on the stove.
Enjoying azaleas outside my window in Carolina.
Smiling at the flowers on my table.


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