While this season will not likely break warm records, expect a warmer-than-normal start and an underlying theme of heightened temperature and precipitation variability.
The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane season will go down in history as one of the most active on record.
Harvey will create significant flooding risk for the Houston metro area and southwestern Louisiana.
Expect the remainder (and the heart) of the 2017 Hurricane season to feature above normal activity in the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean.
This winter will begin warm-biased across the U.S. through December before increased temperature and precipitation variability sets in for January and February.
An area of disturbed weather near Hispaniola could become the first Gulf hurricane to impact the United States since 2012.
We expect this hurricane season to feature above normal activity, with accumulated cyclone energy (ACE) at its highest level since 2012.