June 4, 2018 at 5:29 am

June 2018 Tropical Storm or Hurricane Impact Forecast


This is your official tropical storm and hurricane forecast for June 2018 across the United States and SoCal (Socal is not on the graphic but is the wording) based off the current pattern outlook… if you’re in Southern California.. also look at this.

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The least areas for Tropical storms will be Florida and the East coast of the USA through FL/GA/NC/SC/VA etc … the entire east coast will not see a tropical system this month as winds in the upper levels deem unfavorable.

As for Southern California and Baja,Mexico .. There are hints that IF (look at the IF) .. IF a tropical storm forms we will see somewhat of a heatwave by mid-month and IF (look at the if again) it happens which I think it will .. we could have some monsoon moisture in the area and a chance of thunderstorms but NO LAND-FALLING HURRICANE… not yet.. I’ll let you know when it will happen …

Things to note are as followed;

  1. A colder than normal Summer does not mean we won’t have times of a heatwave or two.  It means overall it’ll be colder than normal.
  2. Tornado activity will remain this Summer in the desert and Central/Eastern Inland Empire areas.  Thunderstorms elsewhere likely …
  3. Monsoon Season starts June 15th, however this year will be a mid-start, likely toward or in July.
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