the now occurring enhanced landfall cycle returns every 72-years and coincides with recurring 72-year warm ocean cycles and global warming cycles. Past cycles occurred in the 1940s to early 1950s, and in the 1880s. All three cycles since the late 1800s saw an increase in hurricane landfalls and dest
TAMPA, Fla. (PRWEB) March 09, 2020
During the past four hurricane seasons, the Florida based hurricane prediction organization Global Weather Oscillations Inc. (GWO) (http://www.globalweatheroscillations.com) - consistently predicted months in advance the landfall locations of all 9 hurricanes that made United States landfalls during the period 2016 through 2019.
Professor David Dilley - senior research scientist for GWO, says several favorable meteorological and climatological factors are in place to produce another above average hurricane season this year (2020), and during next year’s 2021 season which will likely be similar to the very destructive and severe 2004 hurricane season. Some of the factors include a 72-year ClimatePulse Hurricane Landfall Enhancement Cycle - coupled with the continuance of above normal warm Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico water temperatures - and the lack of either a moderate or strong El Niño to subdue the hurricane seasons.
The historical long-term average for hurricane seasons shows that a season typically averages about 12 named storms, 6 hurricanes and 2-3 major hurricanes (category 3 to 5). But, due to the Enhanced ClimatePulse Cycle and warm ocean waters during the past four years (2016 through 2019), the average for this time period rose to 16 named storms – 8 hurricanes and 4 major hurricanes.
Research by Professor Dilley indicates that the now occurring enhanced landfall cycle returns every 72-years and coincides with recurring 72-year warm ocean cycles and global warming cycles. Past cycles occurred in the 1940s to early 1950s, and in the 1880s. All three cycles since the late 1800s saw an increase in hurricane landfalls and destructive storms. Professor Dilley says that these enhanced hurricane landfall cycles are induced by naturally occurring interactions between the earth-moon-sun, and GWO utilizes these interactions in our proprietary ClimatePulse Technology Prediction Models – and this is what separates GWO from other organizations.
Professor Dilley’s Atlantic Basin Predictions for The Upcoming 2020 Hurricane Season.
The Enhanced ClimatePulse Landfall Cycle will continue during the upcoming 2020 season – as will the continuance of above normal ocean water temperatures and the lack of a moderate to strong El Niño. Professor Dilley’s prediction calls for another above average Atlantic Basin hurricane season this year (2020) - with 16 named storms, 7 hurricanes and 3 to 4 major hurricanes. The United States can expect 5 named storms to make landfall, with 2 or 3 hurricane landfalls – one of which will likely be a major category 3 hurricane. The preliminary outlook for next year (2021) looks even grimmer – with 20 named storms, 11 hurricanes, 6 major hurricanes. In addition, the United States will likely have 4 to 5 hurricane landfalls in 2021 – with 3 being major (category 3-5) hurricanes.
GWO stresses that the predicted number of named storms for a hurricane season by an agency does not really matter all that much. What does matter is How Many Will Make Landfall, and Where They Will Occur - and this is where GWO comes into play.
GWO issues detailed predictions 6-months in advance for zones in the United States and the Lesser Antilles. GWO correctly predicted the location of the last 9 hurricanes to make U.S. landfall, and because GWO already knows where the 2020 hurricane landfalls will occur - our special weekly Interactive Outlook and Tracking Webinars (http://www.globalweatheroscillations.com) provide enhanced readiness eight to 14 days prior to landfall – and give attendees the ability to ask questions during the webinars. GWO’s zone predictions coupled with our interactive tracking webinars predicted the true path and landfalls for Category 4 Hurricane Irma in 2017, Category 5 Michael in 2018 and Hurricane Dorian staying east of Florida and hitting North Carolina in 2019.
You can sign up here globalweatheroscillations.com to attend one of GWO’s free outlook and get acquainted Webinars conducted during late March into May. More information is available on our web sites at GlobalWeatherOscillations.com, or GlobalWeatherCycles.com
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