2016 Hurricane Season Predictions
Climate Pulse Technology Model by GWO
Risk Prediction Definitions:
Global Weather Oscillations (GWO) “Climate Pulse Technology” Model assigns a risk probability expressed in percent for the likelihood that a predicted event will occur.
Definitions: Risk Prediction
Global Weather Oscillations (GWO) assigns a risk category and probability expressed in percent for the likelihood that a predicted event will occur, or not occur.
Risk percent ranges define three categories of risk; Low, Moderate and High.
Hurricanes - Tropical Storms:
Category Probability Prospect
High Risk 60% to 80% likely to occur
Moderate Risk 40% to 55% possible – but not likely
Low risk 5% to 35% not expected
Major Hurricane: If a hurricane actually occurs – risk it will be a major hurricane
High Risk 50% to 70% (if a hurricane occurs)
Moderate Risk 25% to 45% (if a hurricane occurs)
Low Risk less than 25% (if a hurricane occurs)
In the Predictions Below –
The predicted risk is compared to the CAAR (average - annual return risk) to the right of the prediction in the prediction table. This provides a reference point for the user to quickly compare the prediction risk for that specific year to the long-term average annual risk.
New York City Metropolitan Area –
Long Island, NY New England Coastline
Predicted Risk Event likelihood
2016 Hurricane conditions 25 % Low Risk not expected to occur
Major Hurricane - if a hurricane occurs 10 % Low Risk not expected to occur
Tropical Storm conditions 50 % Moderate Risk possible Cape Cod
* Note: when GWO-CPT model predicts a zone has at least a 20% risk for a major Category 3-5 hurricane landfall, it is shown in the indicated forecast and/or outlook period(s) for that particular zone.
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Disclaimer for Tropical Cyclone, Tropical Storm and Hurricane Risk Probabilities for the East Coast and Gulf Coast of the United States for 2014*
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