Public Release - 2014 Hurricane Predictions - Atlantic Basin - Western Pacific
11 United States Prediction - New England to Florida and the Gulf of Mexico Region
Philippine Islands - Western Pacific
*April 15, 2014 GWO Predicts a strong hurricane landfall season for the United States in 2014 ... At least
2 United States Hurricane landfalls ... weak El Nino not influencing potential landfalls ...
see El Nino Prediction. Named Atlantic Basin Storms (13), Hurricanes 6, Major Hurricanes.
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GWO presents informational Webinars for groups, small businesses, large companies, government agencies,
emergency preparedness companies and agencies that are interested in learning more about
hurricane predictions by Global Weather Oscillations Inc.
Presentation details GWO's near 90% hot spot prediction performance during the past 8-years, and
why GWO is the top performer the past 8 years.
Provides a review of the 2013 hurricane season and an overview of the upcoming 2014 season
and GWO's prediction zones and the Climate Pulse Technology developed by GWO.
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but it is important to know where the storms will make landfalls during the next 1 to 4 years.
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Past Events Predicted 1 to 3 Years in Advance - with near 90% hot zone accuracy
2014 GWO Climate Pulse Technology predicts a change in cycles
above average Atlantic Basin hurricane season
2013 Only organization to predict a weak 2013 hurricane season
2012 Hybrid Hurricane Sandy .. strongest cycle in 50 to 110 years
2012 Hurricane Issac
2011 the Great Mississippi River Flood
2011 Hurricane Irene ... strongest cycle in 50 to 110 years
2009 El Nino year- No Hurricane Strikes
2008 Hurricane Ike
Prepare for the 2014 and 2015 Hurricane Seasons - Register for a GWO Webinar click here
PowerPoint demonstration of GWO's "Climate Pulse" Hurricane Cycle Prediction Technology - Presented at the "Extreme
Weather Risk Insurance Congress" (New York City, January 2013)
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GWO 's hurricane predictions are issued in December each year, this is the "only scheduled release date".
The predictions are for the next 4 hurricane seasons and include: risk probabilities for either hurricane or tropical
storm conditions within the zone, risk probability for major hurricane conditions within the zone, a complete
discussion on the "Climate Pulse Technology" cycles for each zone. Hot zone accuracy has been near 90% since 2006.
Predictions are primarily for entities requiring planning for extreme events such as hurricanes. GWO's clients include
large box retail government agencies - disaster preparedness groups -energy companies, and some small interest
parties. Furtheer information is available via Webinars (see weekly webinar registration above)
Advantages of Early Prediction Release Dates and 4-Year Predictions:
GWO's 4 year proven accurate predictions are released in December prior to the upcoming hurricane season.
This allows lead time for not only the upcoming hurricane season, but also planning purposes for the next 3 hurricane
seasons, in time for contract negotiations October-December 2013 and a full 9 months in advance of the 2014 season.
If your company plans to increase or decrease insurance coverage in new or existing locations, the 4 year prediction
period would be of great value.
Purchase Predictions: "all Zones with full handbook" or pick zones you desire (see zone map below) GWO conducts
weekly Informational Webinars (click here) for those seeking more information and overview of GWO's Climate Pulse
Technology. Or you may contact GWO directly by clicking here. GWO's Hurricane predictions are typically purchased by
companies and agencies requiring planning for the upcoming hurricane season. GWO offers Webinars to familiarize
companies and agencies with our unique hurricane predictions. Predictions are available to the private sector
GWO's prediction zones can be purchased as a whole package that includes a
handbook described below. Prediction zones can also be purchased individually but they do not include the manual.
The manual for all zones encompases predictions extending 4 years into the future, discussion of the current climate
pulse cycle for every zone, 110 year climatology for the zone, the ASR annual seasonal return risk for hurricanes - major
hurricanes and tropical storms, hot spot predictions for the next 4-years, and the El Nino outlook.
GWO's Predictions Zones GWO's United States Prediction Zones
Accurate planning predictions issued in December well in advance of the upcoming hurricane season
Accurate Predictions extending out 4 years into the future you can see the cycles coming in and/or going out.
Predictions for tropical storm or hurricane conditions within the forecast zone.
Predictions for 11 zones from New England to Texas
Major hurricane predictions for each zone 6. Pick your zones or purchase the whole package.
Detailed prediction manual
Climatology for each zone
Discussions of the Climate Pulse analog years for each zone
Up to a 4-year forecast for the El Nino - La Nina or Neutral Conditions
Forecast for how many major hurricanes are expected during the next 4 years
Use of the interactive weather page on GWO's pages.
Graphic showing the predicted hot spots during the next 4-years
Consumer Economy and Corporate
Figure 1 - Compares 2013 predictions by organizations.
The 2013 hurricane season was the third weakest in 62 years and similar to the weak 2009 and 1982 seasons.
GWO predicted 2013 would be weak and similar to 2009, with no United States hurricane landfalls (see figure 2).
GWO's predictions were the most accurate in 2013, and have been the most accurate for 8 consecutive years.
GWO predicts hurricanes - typhoons and/or tropical storms that will influence coastal areas up to 4-years in advance.
Figure 2 - 2013 "Hot Spot" Predictions for Tropical Storms
- No Hurricane Landfalls were predicted -
GWO predictions are released in December each year.
GWO predicted there would not be any hurricanes influencing the United States in 2013, but did predict a "High Risk"
Hot Spot area for tropical storm activity within the area.
Figure 3 - GWO Predictions Correctly Predicted the Hurricane Seasons the Past 5 Years
Table on the left shows GWO's prediction accuracy versus the other 8 leading prediction organizations since 2009. A check mark indicates a correct prediction, X notes an incorrect prediction. GWO correctly predicted all 5 years from 2009 through 2013. Other organizations were incorrect in 2009, 2012 and 2013.
Figure 4 - GWO's 2011 "Hot Spot" Prediction for Hurricane Irene
This graphic shows a High Risk "Hot Spot" for a hurricane from North Carolina to New England. The prediction was released a year prior to Hurricane Irene hitting the area in 2011.