Expert Forecasts for 2019 North Atlantic Hurricane Season

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Re: Expert Forecasts for 2019 North Atlantic Hurricane Season

#141 Postby Kingarabian » Thu Sep 12, 2019 4:18 pm

MetroMike wrote:
Kingarabian wrote:
somethingfunny wrote:
I didn't see Bastardi's risk areas posted on this thread. Did I miss them? Unless it was this AccuWeather map:

I did see Crownweather's that highlighted the Bahamas and north Carolina (among others) pretty well...

It's odd how everyone agrees that Hispanola and southeast Cuba are like definitely at a low risk level despite how frequently they get hit. Same with the (already impacted by Fernand) Mexican Gulf Coast.

He released it before the season started for his premium Weatherbell members. I no longer have the graphic but if I recall correctly, it looked like this:

If I'm not mistaken, this is where he thought would be the greatest chances for development.

Actually have the link showing actual risk area

Okay well my memory is bad lol. I drew my oval wrong, however his highlighted risk area's are pretty much where the models have been sniffing out development.
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