The 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season Forecast is Here

What's the outlook for the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season? According to latest report from Phil Klotzbach and William M. Gray (research authorities at the Department of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University), there is some uncertainty.

Since El Nino never fully developed in 2012 and because we have recently returned to “neutral conditions,” there is a possibility that an El Nino event will develop this year and that tropical Atlantic sea surface temperatures this spring will be at warmer levels than in 2012. In addition, the team is also predicting a high probability (97%) that one or more named storms (this includes tropical storms and category 1-5 hurricanes), will make landfall in 2013. How's that for odds?

Read the full report for more details. 

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