Before albeit an early wrap of the 2022 East Pacific Hurricane Season, I would like to take the time to thank everyone that subscribed and or/follow this blog as well as our listeners who just love music. Looking over the stats, I am humbled at how far my little babbling blog and my online radio station reaches. I will list each country by name at the end.
So much about this update is kind of a repeat from the last one and technically too early to call the season over as it doesn’t end for our region until November 30th but the water temps have cooled and I even wore Uggs in the last two weeks once. Cute ones 😃
I will put the current stats at the bottom in BOLD print since I mostly copied/pasted myself.
The Atlantic Ocean is still active so I will hold off on updating though I almost exclusively cover the East Pacific because … #cabo
Also, I am keeping a running tab so to speak on this year’s rain rate as we get it in this blog post. https://livecaboradio.blog/2022/08/29/2022-rainrate-for-cabo-as-we-get-rain/
So at the beginning of the season, I usually put out one or two forecast blog posts as the professionals make their predictions.
First, let’s look at what is considered an average season. 15 total named storms, with an average of 8 hurricanes category 1-2, and an average of 4 major hurricanes category 3-5 which leaves us with an average of 3 tropical storms. That’s it. That’s the average, which excludes tropical depressions.
SEMAR predicted a total of 20 storms (they include tropical depressions). 12 Tropical, 5 Hurricanes, and 2 Major Hurricanes (and one depression)
NOAA gave a forecast of between this many and that many … seriously? Yes. 10-17 named storms, 4-8 to become hurricanes, 0-3 to become major which leaves us with the rest being tropical storms and that doesn’t work for this blog post so I’m going to work with averaging those numbers out.
I’ve decided NOAA meant to say rounding UP 14 😎 named storms, 6 hurricanes, 2 major hurricanes, and 6 tropical storms.
ACCUWEATHER did the same. 15-19 named storms, 6-8 hurricanes, 2-4 major hurricanes, and 6 to 8 tropical storms. Nope. Doesn’t work for me.
I’ve decided ACCUWEATHER meant to say rounding UP 17 😎 named storms, 7 hurricanes, 3 major hurricanes, and 7 tropical storms. It’s my blog … work with me 😁
We have had a total of 9 Tropical Storms, and 10 Hurricanes, of which were 4 Major Hurricanes bringing us to what might as well call it a season total of 19 named storms.
Please leave a comment on the blog about who you feel was the most accurate this season.
So this will look like the longest run-on sentence in history but drum roll …. I would like to take the time to thank everyone that subscribed and or/follow this blog as well as our listeners who tune-in to this hobby online radio station and who just love music. Looking over the stats, I am humbled at how far my little babbling blog reaches.
By country, the #United States, #Mexico, #Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, the Netherlands, #Germany, South Africa, China, India, Greece, France, Spain, Italy, the Philippines, Switzerland, Indonesia, Hong Kong (listed separate than China), Norway, Malta, New Zealand, Poland, Belgium, Sweden, Malaysia, Denmark, Thailand, South Korea, Singapore, Japan, Turkey, Brazil, Romania, Portugal, Guernsey, United Arab Emirates, Jersey (not shore), Croatia, Ukraine, Vietnam, Taiwan, Cyprus, Israel, Czech Republic, European Union, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Finland, Serbia, Kenya, Argentina, Bulgaria, Costa Rica, Russia, Pakistan, Jamaica, Latvia, Lithuania, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Isle of Man, Peru, Trinidad & Tobago, Iceland, Qatar, Bahrain, Estonia, Oman, Bahamas, Barbados, Ecuador, Bermuda, Hungary, Dominican Republic, #Morocco, Columbia, Myanmar (Burma) Maldives, Bangladesh, Slovakia, Lebanon, Slovenia, Luxembourg, Caymen Island, America Samoa, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Irag, Chile, Uganda, Mauritius, Papua New Guinea, Algeria, Jordon, Puerto Rico, Seychelles, Tunisia, Bonsia & Herzegovina, Botswana, Mozambique, Fiji, Guatemala, Macau (also in China), Syria, Vanuatu, Panama, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Sint Maarten, Uruguay, St. Vincent & Grenadine, Ghana, Brunei, Carribbean Netherlands, Honduras, Palestinian territories, Guam, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, St. Lucia, Mali, Lesotho, Belize, Namibia, Grenada, Mongolia, Bolivia, Martinique, Libya, Macedonia, Suriname, Faroe Islands, New Caledonia, Montenegro, Uzbekistan, Haiti, Curacao, St. Kitts & Nevis, Rwanda, Turk & Caicos Islands, Cambodia, Andorra, Guinea, French Polynesia, Liberia, Nepal, Moldova, Ethiopia, Micronesia, Cape Verda, Falkland Islands, Reunion, Albania, Timior-Leste, Monaco, Bhutan, Madagascar, Liechtenstein, El Salvador, Zambia and Gibraltar.
I know!!! You might be scratching your head at some of these, but I know the ones that find this blog site just for one particular blog post. But still, thank you all so very much whether it is the music, weather updates, or that one particular blog post, I truly appreciate you.
Out of curiosity … after being a part of this community for so many years, are there any other topics of interest that you’d like Live Cabo Radio to cover? If YES, please leave a comment. I am almost always too busy during tournaments to cover those though I’d like to. There just isn’t enough coffee 😂 I know I personally have a few things I’d like to cover.
In the meantime, via desktop or if you have the apps, tune in to live Cabo globally via
and for USA/Canada
AND … we do have our own free app from #nobex https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nobexinc.wls_5470068077.rc&hl=en&gl=US&pli=1
If you’ve been with us forever the IOS version should still work but is not currently listed in the App store for new downloads. 😏
#Alexa should work for all but I haven’t tested it because … I don’t have Alexa 🙃
Babbling over for today. Take care and I’m sure I’ll be posting very soon about something besides the #Weather