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NOAA's 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Outlook
 

NOAA's Climate Prediction Center (CPC) works in close collaboration with NOAA's National Hurricane Center and the Hurricane Research Division to produce seasonal Atlantic hurricane outlooks and climate summaries of recent past hurricane seasons. The current atmospheric and oceanic conditions over the tropical North Atlantic are summarized in the links below.

Variables Observed
Atmospheric Level (h-Pa)
GFS Forecasts
Atmospheric Level (h-Pa)
Heights & IR Temperatures SFC | 850 | 700 | 200 1000 | 850 | 700 | 200
Heights & Wind Speed SFC | 850 | 700 | 200 1000 | 850 | 700 | 200
Heights & Vorticity SFC | 850 | 700 | 200 1000 | 850 | 700 | 200
Winds SFC | 850 | 700 | 200 1000 | 850 | 700 | 200
Streamlines & IR Temperatures SFC | 700 | 200 1000 | 700 | 200
Divergence 850 | 200  
Vertical Velocity 700 | 500 700 | 200
Vertical Shear 200-850 200-850
Vertical Shear & IR Temperatures 200-850 200-850
Temperatures 1000 1000
Theta 1000 1000
Theta-e 1000 1000
Cape 1000 1000
Precipitable Water 1000 1000
Precipitation   1000
IR Temperatures 1000  
Heights 1000 | 850 | 700 | 500 | 200  
Streamfunction 200  
Velocity Potential 200  
Sea Surface Temperatures Surface  

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Page last modified: May 22, 2014
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