Also in this playlist...
This transcript is automatically generated
-- nothing -- coming up being give up.
All right -- down -- -- new numbers out this hour on what to expect for the rest of the Atlantic hurricane season.
-- rejects and -- in non DC it has said the very latest rich.
Well coddled and do you do and this is would know is done here they're blaming it on net el Nino it's going to be stronger than they first expected because el Nino is going to be later in the year reverting had six named storms to date.
Early activity in this season we haven't seen since 1887.
And 190 to hear the numbers they expect.
Twelve to seventeen named storms those -- storms topping winds of 39 miles an hour or more five to eight hurricanes.
With 74 miles an hour or more winds of 74 miles an hour or more and two to three could be major -- gains were -- of that category 34 and five.
With winds of at least a 111.
Miles per -- so they're calling for a -- Or above normal Atlantic season part of that also has to do.
With warmer than normal sea surface temperatures now this phenomenon we had a bit of that last year where you would see hurricanes go up.
The East Coast north of what we'd normally seen that's actually caused by winds.
And wind direction not temperatures so the warm temperatures as we have in the -- it.
How far north it's gonna go but it does hasn't had a strength and rough on up here in Iraq you're -- to be at tonight when the met's performance since the all star break on el Nino itself and yeah and that's.
Filter by section