Looking ahead, the tropical season officially gets underway on June 1st for the Atlantic Basin and it is likely to be an above-normal year with more named tropical storms than average. The dominate feature affecting this year’s tropical season is likely to be La Nina in the equatorial Pacific Ocean which results in cooler-than-normal water temperatures. This is the same pattern of the last two tropical seasons and usually is a favorable pattern for tropical activity in the Atlantic Basin and unfavorable in the Pacific Ocean. For more detailed information on the outlook for the summer and tropical season, check out the Arcfield Weather post and get ready…tropical activity may get underway early.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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