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CSU team increases forecast, now calls for near-average 2017 Atlantic hurricane season

Hurricane researchers have increased their forecast from early April and now call for a near-average Atlantic hurricane season.

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Scientists at work: Forecasting the Atlantic hurricane season

A look at how CSU’s Tropical Meteorology Project develops seasonal hurricane forecasts.

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CSU team predicts slightly below-average 2017 Atlantic hurricane season

The CSU Tropical Meteorology Project team is predicting 11 named storms during the hurricane season, which runs from June 1 to November 30.

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CSU Tropical Meteorology Project has new co-author, Michael Bell

Bell has entered into a research partnership with Philip Klotzbach, the primary author of the seasonal forecasts and verifications.

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CSU slightly under-predicts relatively active 2016 Atlantic hurricane season

The Tropical Meteorology Project has summarized all tropical cyclone activity in the Atlantic basin during the 2016 hurricane season and has compared the project’s seasonal and two-week forecasts to what actually occurred.

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Hurricane researchers continue to predict near-average Atlantic season

The CSU Tropical Meteorology Project is predicting a total of 11 additional named storms to form this season, including the currently active Earl.

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CSU team continues to predict near-average Atlantic hurricane season

In an update to the April forecast, Colorado State University hurricane researchers continue to predict a near-average hurricane season for the Atlantic basin in 2016.

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Near-average 2016 Atlantic hurricane season is CSU team’s prediction

While El Niño is weakening and is likely to dissipate prior to this summer, the far North Atlantic is quite cold.

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Below-average 2015 Atlantic hurricane season correctly predicted by CSU forecasters

The 2015 hurricane season had below-average activity, although observed levels of activity were slightly more than predicted by CSU’s hurricane forecasting team.

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