LESS TROPICAL STORMS THAN LAST YEAR, MORE THAN PREDICTED IN APRIL

The numbers are in from Drs. Phil Klotzbach and William Gray.

The real 2012 Hurricane Season started two weeks early this year because of Alberto’s and Beryl’s formation in May. Today, June 1, is still the official start of the season.

Colorado State’s hurricane forecast team Phil Klozbach and William Gray updated their April forecast with an additional 3 tropical storms, two of which have already occurred. Their hurricane forecast is one less than previously forecast. The season is now expected wind up with a total of 13 tropical storms, 5 hurricanes and 2 major hurricanes. This one more tropical storm and one less hurricane than an average season.

Tropical storm Beryl intensifies to near hurricane force before striking our coast

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