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William Flamholtz

William Flamholtz is from Beacon, New York and has a bachelor of science in Atmospheric Science from SUNY Albany. He is a Registered Meteorologist (RMet) with the Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS), and has been with Fleetweather since August 2019. William is currently a Marine router on the Atlantic Whale watch.

Atlantic Hurricane Season

Atlantic Hurricane Season Mid-Season Update: Quiet first half leading to active second half?

The 2022 Atlantic Hurricane season is currently in the midst of an unusual quiet streak with tropical development, with Colin being the last system back in Early June. Only three tropical storms have formed in the basin so far this year (fig. 1), which has been below expectations from the preseason outlook. With almost half […]

Atlantic Hurricane Season Mid-Season Update: Quiet first half leading to active second half?

2022 Atlantic Hurricane Outlook – Above average season in store?

The 2021 hurricane season stretched the above-average streak of tropical cyclone activity across the North Atlantic Basin to six straight years that started in 2016, with the 2021 season producing 21 named systems, 7 hurricanes, and 4 major hurricanes, exceeding average activity of 14, 7 and 3 respectively. With the start of the 2022 Atlantic

2022 Atlantic Hurricane Outlook – Above average season in store?

Is Central America about to spin?

After a very busy stretch of tropical activity across the Western Hemisphere over the last few months, a relatively quiet period has occurred over the last 10 days over the north Atlantic and Eastern Pacific hurricane season. That could change over the next two weeks as the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) is forecast to become active

Is Central America about to spin?

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