About 1 1/5 weeks after Hurricane Eta made its catastrophic landfall in Nicaragua, the 2020 Atlantic season now features Tropical Depression 31 which has the same intent as Eta on making a potentially devastating landfall in Central America but this time in Honduras. Preparations should be rushed to completion inRead More →

Before the 2005 season began, meteorologists knew it was going to be active. The positive Atlantic multidecadal oscillation (+AMO) phase had been present in the Atlantic for a decade now which was causing above average sea surface temperatures (SST’s) across the basin making it more favorable for cyclone genesis. SinceRead More →

The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season has officially surpassed the 2005 Atlantic season in terms of named storms. Subtropical Storm Theta has formed in the open Atlantic Ocean,  located at 28.8 degrees north, 40.3 degrees west, about 995 miles southwest of the Azores. The storm has a maximum sustained winds ofRead More →

Hurricane Eta continues to intensify at an unprecedented rate as it is now forecasted so slam onshore as a Category 4 hurricane with the potential of becoming a Category 5. All preparations must be completed NOW in the hurricane zone as this storm will be the worst storm to hitRead More →

Tropical Storm Eta is currently rapidly intensifying in the Caribbean and confidence is high that it will make a major landfall in Nicaragua Tuesday Morning. Preparations in this area should be rushed to completion in this area as catastrophic impacts are likely from this storm. Current Information The storm isRead More →