22 May update
The NOAA Climate prediction center has put out their 2007 report forecast for the 2007 season Here
Named Storms 13-17
Major Hurricanes: 3-5
There's a slightly interesting feature in the SW Caribbean, which some of the global models are trying to perk up in before it works its way across onto the Pacific side. We've already seen a May storm (if a subtropical one), and the odds of that are quite long, historically.
Interesting feature in the SW Caribbean; likely nothing.
Our paranoid schizophrenic model friend the GFS has more tropical nuisance coming to call around and after Memorial Day. Don't hold your breath, but definitely check back every so often to see if it persists or if other models start jumping on the bandwagon.
GFS Seeing a feature of interest, Monday evening May 28.
The start of the Atlantic Hurricane Season is June 1st.
Hurricane Preparedness week is May 20-27th.
The Florida Sales Tax Free Holiday for Hurricane preparedness items begins the first week of June and ends midnight June 12th.
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