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Sunday, November 16, 2014

There is nothing Cooking in our Tropical Kitchen this morning.

 

This is the last entry for the 2014 tropical season.

 

Will our next named storm be a

or a

 


 

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2014 Tropical Storms / Hurricanes

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Amanda

Cat 4

5/22-5/29

 

Boris

Cat 1

6/3-6/4

 

Christina

Cat 4

6/10-6/16

 

Douglas

TS

6/30-7/5

 

Elida

TS

6/30-7/3

 

Fausto

TS

7/8-7/10

 

Genevieve

TS

7/12-7/29

 

Hernan

Cat 1

7/26-7/30

 

Iselle

Cat 4

8/1-8/8

 

Julio

Cat 2

8/4-8/8

 

Karina

Cat 1

8-14-8/16

 

Lowell

TS

8/19-8/22

 

Marie

Cat 4

8/22-8/28

 

Norbert

Cat 3

9/2-9/8

 

Odile

Cat 4

9/11-9/20

 

Polo

TS

9/18-9/20

 

Rachel

Cat 1

9/25-9/29

 

Simon

Cat 4

10/02-10/8

 

Trudy

TS

10/18-10/19

 

Vance

TS

10/31-11/2

  Winnie   Xavier   Yolanda   Zeke  

Pacific Graphical Tropical Weather Outlook from National Hurricane center Miami florida

 

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This is sort of nurdy stuff. Most cruisers just want to know, when, where, how big, and where can I hide if a hurricane or tropical storm is in the hood.

Sea Surface Temperatures (SSTs)

Ocean temperatures greater than 26.5 °C (80 °F) through a depth of at least 50 metres (160 ft) are generally favorable for the formation and sustaining of tropical cyclones. Generally the higher the SST, the stronger the storm and greater chance of genesis. However, there are many factors affecting the strength of such storms. For Baja and the Mexican Riviera the SSTs become favorable about August.

Remotely sensed SST can be used to detect the surface temperature signature due to hurricanes. In general, an SST cooling is observed after the passing of a hurricane primarily as the result of mixed layer deepening and surface heat losses.