I would think that with the milder than average sea surface temperatures in the Gulf and off the SE coast, you would want to keep a closer eye out for convection forming along fronts that stall out in those areas come early May.I was wondering if the early mild temps we’ve had might lead to any changes in the timing of onset of hurricane season or intensity? I’m sure it’s much more complicated than that but a question none the less.
For the moment, this is not anywhere close to becoming a tropical cyclone.
Yes, I’m hoping even more than my usual big hope that the hurricane season isn’t active as that in itself would reduce the chance of it having much impact on land. Fingers crossed as we all know that as bad as it can be, we would have even more trouble now to be able to handle a disaster like that. We’re so due for a quiet season. Hopefully we’ll finally get one.