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2015 Atlantic Seasonal Hurricane Forecast

By Sue Richards last modified Apr 13, 2015 08:03 PM
This 38-page report by the Tropical Meteorology Project of Colorado State University is a must-read for anyone planning on staying in the Caribbean during the Hurricane season.

Published: 2015-04-12 23:00:00
Topics: Weather
Countries: Dominican Republic , Grenada , Guyana , Haiti , Jamaica , Martinique , Montserrat , Puerto Rico , Saba , Sint Maarten , Spanish Virgin Islands , St Barts , St Kitts & Nevis , St Lucia , St Martin , St Vincent & the Grenadines , Statia , Suriname , Trinidad & Tobago , Turks & Caicos , US Virgin Islands , USA , Venezuela , Anguilla , Antigua & Barbuda , Aruba , Bahamas , Barbados , Bermuda , Bonaire , British Virgin Islands , Cayman Islands , Colombia , Cuba , Curacao , Dominica

It is anticipated that the 2015 Atlantic basin hurricane season will be one of the least active seasons since the middle of the 20th century. It appears quite likely that an El Niño of at least moderate strength will develop this summer and autumn.

Download the pdf at http://hurricane.atmos.colostate.edu/Forecasts/?hc_location=ufi

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