Some coastal areas are more prone to devastating hurricanes. Meteorologist explains why via The Current

Warm water, little wind shear and moisture spark storms but coastlines and offshore shelves help determine strength. Some coastal areas are more prone to devastating hurricanes – a meteorologist explains why — The Current Every coastline in the North Atlantic is vulnerable to tropical storms, but some areas are more susceptible to hurricane destruction than others.This story alsoContinue reading “Some coastal areas are more prone to devastating hurricanes. Meteorologist explains why via The Current”

A preview of the 2015 Central Pacific Hurricane Season

Surviving a Storm We’re only two weeks away from the start of hurricane season and thanks to El Nino, Hawaii could see another active storm season this year. The 2015 Central Pacific Hurricane Season runs from June 1 through Nov. 30. There is a good relation of El Nino years to increased hurricane activity. The averageContinue reading “A preview of the 2015 Central Pacific Hurricane Season”