2020 Hurricane Season Outlook (NHC)

I know my readers are used to and many appreciate the babbling but I’m not feeling it today, so I will keep this to the point.  Everyone always holds out for what the NHC predicts and now we have it. At the bottom of the page, I’ll tack on the image(s) from the other day.

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SOURCE: “On May 20, 2020, the Servicio Meteorológico Nacional (SMN) issued its forecast for the season, predicting a total of 15–18 named storms, 8–10 hurricanes, and 4–5 major hurricanes to develop.[3] The next day, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) issued their outlook, calling for a below-normal to near-normal season with 11–18 named storms, 5–10 hurricanes, 1–5 major hurricanes, and an Accumulated Cyclone Energy index of 60% to 135% of the median. Factors they expected to reduce activity were near- or below-average sea surface temperatures across the eastern Pacific and the El Niño–Southern Oscillationremaining in the neutral phase, with the possibility of a La Niña developing.[4]  

That’s it for today.  Maybe in a few days, I will be feeling my usual perky self and up to babbling my thoughts on this year’s forecast(s).


As a reminder, this blog is for entertainment purposes. In the event of an actual storm advisory, please consult the professionals.  Like last year, I will not be covering all of the storms.  We all have apps for that now.

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