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Connor Tully

Connor Tully is from Hockessin, Delaware. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Atmospheric Science from the University of Delaware and a Master’s Degree in Applied Meteorology from Mississippi State University. He is an accredited Meteorologist of the Royal Meteorological Society (RMet). He has been with Fleetweather since 2019 and is currently a Marine Router on the Pacific Sharks team.

2022 Pacific Tropical Cyclone Outlook: How is the season shaping up?

Tropical cyclone season has arrived in the Eastern Pacific, and is fast approaching in the Central Pacific. Hurricane season begins 15 May in the Eastern Pacific and 1 June in the Central Pacific, and lasts through 30 November. Meanwhile, tropical cyclones can form year-round in the Western Pacific due to the constant presence of warm […]

2022 Pacific Tropical Cyclone Outlook: How is the season shaping up?

Ocean Heat Waves Bolster Winter Storms

La Niña conditions developed earlier this autumn, and are expected to persist through the winter according to the Climate Prediction Center. These conditions, which are characterized by below-average sea surface temperatures (SSTs) in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific, will lead to a wide range of impacts to global weather patterns for as long as

Ocean Heat Waves Bolster Winter Storms

Will Ana arrive early?

Hurricane season in the North Atlantic does not begin until June 1st, but a named storm may develop prior to the start of the season for the 7th straight year in a row. An area of low pressure is developing about 700nm east of Bermuda. This low (designated Invest 90L by NHC) is expected to

Will Ana arrive early?

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