NOAA predicts “near-normal” 2019 Atlantic hurricane season

Weather experts say there’s a 70 percent chance of 9-15 named storms, with 2 to 4 of those potentially becoming major hurricanes. https://abcn.ws/2wds8Gq

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22 thoughts on “NOAA predicts “near-normal” 2019 Atlantic hurricane season

  1. im predicting a hyperactive season. im just thinking how crazy world-wide activity has been and how theres been two storms trying to form in may in the atlantic, one becoming named. the south atlantic had a fully tropical storm and subtropical storm this year, too

  2. This goes to all the people bashing the weather forecasters- Yeah, like you can accuratley predict the weather down to the degree based on many different factors. Goddamn, give them a break! They generally get it right, chill the hell out.

  3. Missing from this story is the NOAA is only using data back to 1966 to determine what's "normal".
    Hurricanes, cyclones and tornadoes have been occurring for billions of years. It's illogical to attribute reasons (i.e climate change) for the number of hurricanes (or their strength), using data that only goes back 50 years on a 4.5 billion year-old planet.

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