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August 2013

No Immediate Development Threats in the Atlantic, but Active Period Coming by the End of August

   Posted by Levi at 10:10pm on August 20, 2013

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  • stefanie says:

    Thanks Levi. I noticed that on the Euro too. We’ll take the rain. :)

  • Jennifer says:

    Thanks, Levi! I send your link to everyone I know. You give a nice, thorough explanations in laymans terms. Not only that, but your forecasts have been excellent!

  • james says:

    Levi, Love your videos. What program do you use to record them that lets you telestrate over the maps?

  • kwarren says:


    Thank you


  • Scott says:

    Thanks for the MJO shout out. I agree with Jennifer. You produce great videos. Do you make videos in the winter as well?

    • Levi says:

      Sometimes, yes, although usually not very often since I’m busy with school. They usually deal with the forecast for the next hurricane season, and occasionally touch on the North American winter as well.

  • EricfromJax says:

    Thanks Levi for your insight there!!


  • CapeFearCaner says:

    Thanks for the update Levi and I agree. Although we’ve had a few performers that took the stage and really didn’t amount to much, it now appears that the real pro’s have been assembled over in africa- that along with the MJO pulse due to arrive,it now seems that the concert is about to begin!

  • Andrew says:

    Maybe we will get lucky and the hurricanes will wait long enough that there will be fall troughs to recurve them. The early forecasts predicted a short season, closing off by October. With the onset waiting long, October storms seem more likely even with a short hyperactive season.

    Also, with fewer early CV hurricanes to tap the warm waters, a storm similar to Sandy would have much more tropical energy available to trigger the release baroclinic energy if a cold system and a deep tropical system interact like what happened with Sandy last year. Lets hope not.

    Thanks for the update as always.

  • gerrydiego says:

    Thanks Levi for going over the MJO in more detail :-)

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