Mon Apr 01 2024 11:00 AM
2024 Predictions

June 1st this will lock down.

Mine is high (for me) 21-9-4

Although others and CSU's prediction are coming on April 4th.

Site updates for 2024 will be showing up over April. I've been trying to move the site to a different server but that's not been going well so far.

(Storm Tracker)
Tue Apr 23 2024 02:42 PM
Re: 2024 Predictions

I'm going with 22-10-7. It wouldn't surprise me if 1or 2 of the hurricanes go super major with Cat 5 or higher ??? like Dorian or Typhoon Tip to mention a couple of monsters. Cat 6 cyclone is not out of the realm in both basins Pacific and Atlantic. Good luck to all.

(Storm Chaser)
Sat Apr 27 2024 05:40 PM
Re: 2024 Predictions

This season could be crazy! I am going with 22 11 6

(Weather Master)
Tue May 07 2024 12:51 PM
Re: 2024 Predictions

I am going with 24-14-7. Watch out Florida! I see that the Bermuda High will be parked somewhat further west than last year and with the onset of La Nina and warm SST I see there is no way for Florida or the GOM to be out of harm's way. Good luck to us all. be prepared.

Fri May 10 2024 03:41 PM
Re: 2024 Predictions

I think it's going to be an active season, but not quite active enough to require going into the new list (I'm sad, I really liked the alpha, beta, gamma, list... it let you know we were having a very unusual seasons). I think the Multi-Decadal Oscillation is starting to decline in the Atlantic, but it's hard to be sure with the overall SST temperatures rising. We're also moving from an El Nino, to a La Nina pattern.

18 Named Storms, 8 Hurricanes, 5 Major Hurricanes.

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