Atlantic and Pacific Tropical Weather Tracking

2012 Hurricane Season

By: HurricaneDean07, 9:56 PM GMT en Marzo 27, 2012

2012 Hurricane Season: My Thoughts and Predictions
The season will be most likely in an El Nino state, which will trigger the tropical activity onto the Pacific side more than likely, and kick up the shear in the Tropical Atlantic, indicating a Quiet season. I've forecasted a relatively high number in comparison to others forecasting out there, like Colorado State University. Landfalling areas, will be most likely effected Small, maybe potent, pop-up type systems that may catch many off guard.

Landfall areas:
Mexico
Texas
Louisiana
Florida
Bahamas, Turks & Caicos
Georgia
South Carolina
Nova Scotia
New Foundland
Cuba
Hispanoila
Puerto Rico
Upper Virgin & Leeward Islands
*If your Province, State, or Country was stated in the list above ^^^ Please don't be alarmed, just be prepared*

My Numbers for the Season
13 Named storms
6 Hurricanes
2 Major Hurricanes
(Most hurricanes this season, won't make Major Hurricane status due to stronger shear, and cooler MDR SST's... But mainly shear)

CSU Predictions:
10 Named Storms
4 Hurricanes
2 Major Hurricanes
(*These predictions aren't the most accurate out of the ones posted, be looking for June's forecast to put more trust into.)


I am no Psychic and the Information stated in this Blog post has no meaning and no warning to those who read, just be prepared for the 2012 Hurricane Season, and evacuate when Tropical warnings are issued for your area...
Thank you for your time, and I'll have a post whenever I feel is best...

Updated: 4:54 AM GMT en Abril 06, 2012

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I got an interest from weather sitting in the living room watching the weather channel with my Grandpa, I've been hooked to tracking storms ever since