"One of the main lessons to be learnt from the damaging 2004 Atlantic hurricane season is the forecasting achievement of Tropical Storm Risk. Although hurricane forecasting first appeared in the 1980s, forecasters have been trying for decades, without success, to deliver accurate predictions on US landfall activity. Scientists at Tropical Storm Risk have made a major step forward in this regard. They are the first to offer a level of precision which is of practical use." (Lord Levene, Chairman of Lloyd's - the world's leading specialist insurance market - in a speech to the Florida insurance industry (May 2005)).
|Seasonal Forecast or Verification Type||Issue Date||Description|
|Atlantic Hurricanes 2017||13th December 2016||Extended Range Forecast for Atlantic Hurricane Activity in 2017|
|NW Pacific Typhoons 2016||8th August 2016||August Forecast Update for NW Pacific Typhoon Activity in 2016|
Forecasts are separated by geographical region:
- Hurricanes: Atlantic ACE Index and USA and Caribbean Landfalling
- Typhoons: Northwest Pacific ACE Index and System Numbers
- Cyclones: Australian Region ACE Index, System Numbers and Landfalling