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Ocala man forecasts hurricanes | Ocala.com

...... season in It turned out to be one of the least active in decades Because of CSU inaccurate forecast , as well as a few others in recent years , lead researchers Phil Klotzbach and William Gray are having trouble raising research funding CSU may bow out of the forecast game in February for the first time in three decades It hard to ask for money when you have had ......

(2547 words by ocala.com)
(12/16/2013)
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Wimpy hurricane season a surprise — and a puzzle - The Washington Post

...... Administration notes that was only the third calmer-than-average year since the most intense storms this year had maximum sustained winds of only about mph Phil Klotzbach , a researcher at Colorado State University , said that is the weakest maximum intensity for a hurricane during a season since the first hurricane , Humberto , was just hours from matching ......

(841 words by washingtonpost.com)
(12/02/2013)

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Wimpy Hurricane Season a Surprise Puzzle | Valley News

...... Administration notes that was only the third calmer-than-average year since the most intense storms this year had maximum sustained winds of only about mph Phil Klotzbach , a researcher at Colorado State University , said that is the weakest maximum intensity for a hurricane during a season since the first hurricane , Humberto , was just hours from matching ......

(602 words by vnews.com)
(12/02/2013)
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Wimpy hurricane season a surprise — and a puzzle - The Washington Post

...... Administration notes that was only the third calmer-than- average year since the most intense storms this year had maximum sustained winds of only about mph Phil Klotzbach , a researcher at Colorado State University , said that is the weakest maximum intensity for a hurricane during a season since the first hurricane , Humberto , was just hours from matching ......

(837 words by washingtonpost.com)
(12/01/2013)
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Forecast for CSU's hurricane program looks bad - The Denver Post

...... worse when the project predicted an active hurricane season this fall Instead , the season was quiet It was probably our worst forecast in years of doing it , researcher Phil Klotzbach told the Coloradoan As meteorology research has become more competitive , the program has struggled to find more funding and has been reliant on private industry grants the project founder , ......

(449 words by denverpost.com)
(11/29/2013)
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Colorado State University hurricane forecast to end unless researchers find funding | 9news.com

...... the Tropical Meteorology Project , as it is officially called at CSU First , in June , the program lost , of annual funding from an insurance company , said researcher Phil Klotzbach Then , this year forecast , which predicted an active hurricane season , turned out to dead wrong It was probably our worst forecast in years of doing it , Klotzbach said Tuesday As ......

(370 words by 9news.com)
(11/27/2013)
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Colo. State hurricane forecasts may end due to lack of funds | Pacific Daily News | guampdn.com

...... the Tropical Meteorology Project , as it is officially called at CSU First , in June , the program lost , of annual funding from an insurance company , said researcher Phil Klotzbach Then , this year forecast , which predicted an active hurricane season , turned out to dead wrong It was probably our worst forecast in years of doing it , Klotzbach said Tuesday As ......

(731 words by guampdn.com)
(11/27/2013)
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Colorado State Running Out of Money for Hurricane Forecasting - Bloomberg

...... hurricane forecasting years ago , may have issued its last prediction the school Tropical Meteorological Project needs , or it will end in February , said Phil Klotzbach , lead author of the forecast William Gray , professor emeritus of atmospheric science , was the first to predict how many storms would form in the Atlantic during the ocean six-month hurricane ......

(424 words by bloomberg.com)
(11/21/2013)
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1 Year Later: Media Link Climate Change, Sandy Every Single Time | NewsBusters

...... So , it is in no way indicative of arising trends in hurricanes that might be attributed to global warming In addition , Colorado State University researchers William Gray and Phil Klotzbach told National Geographic that human activity on the formation and intensity of Atlantic hurricanes is likely to be negligible While all three networks frequently interviewed or cited global ......

(1325 words by newsbusters.org)
(10/29/2013)
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» Climate change forecasters disappointed in lack of hurricanes » News -- GOPUSA

...... been no major hurricanes Category or above anywhere in the Atlantic Ocean It the biggest seasonal forecast bust we've ever had , said Colorado State meteorologist Phil Klotzbach It a huge surprise , since all of the forecasts were calling for an active season And while the number of named tropical storms and hurricanes -- -- is about average , the number of ......

(654 words by gopusa.com)
(10/28/2013)
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Neeley: Lack of hurricanes helps climate change skeptics - Houston Chronicle

...... , hopes that associating politicians with destructive storms will make them more willing to enact restrictions on carbon emissions as a means of fighting global warming According To Phil Klotzbach , head of Colorado State University seasonal hurricane forecast , accumulated the Houston Chronicle is the premier local news provider for the country th largest city Currently the ......

(728 words by chron.com)
(09/10/2013)
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NOAA updates its seasonal forecast - OrlandoSentinel.com

...... October , when the most powerful storms tend to form in the Atlantic It rsquo s also when about percent of the season rsquo s tropical activity occurs Last week , Phil Klotzbach and William Gray Of Colorado State University also reduced their forecast slightly , now calling for eight hurricanes , including three major ones In June , the predicted nine hurricanes , four ......

(476 words by orlandosentinel.com)
(08/08/2013)
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Busy but weak -- hurricane season sent mixed message - News - The Charleston Gazette - West Virginia News and Sports -

...... number of storms but most of them did not amount to much , said Chris Landsea , science and operations officer for the National Hurricane Center It was very unusual , said Phil Klotzbach , a research scientist at Colorado State University who teams with climatologist William Gray on closely watched annual hurricane forecasts for major hurricanes , it was one of the quietest years ......

(2539 words by wvgazette.com)
(11/30/2012)

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This year's hurricane season offered mixed messages | McClatchy

...... number of storms but most of them did not amount to much , said Chris Landsea , science and operations officer for the National Hurricane Center It was very unusual , said Phil Klotzbach , a research scientist at Colorado State University who teams with climatologist William Gray on closely watched annual hurricane forecasts for major hurricanes , it was one of the quietest years ......

(1194 words by mcclatchydc.com)
(11/30/2012)

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Victoria Advocate | 2012 hurricane season offered mixed messages

...... number of storms but most of them did not amount to much , said Chris Landsea , science and operations officer for the National Hurricane Center It was very unusual , said Phil Klotzbach , a research scientist at Colorado State University who teams with climatologist William Gray on closely watched annual hurricane forecasts for major hurricanes , it was one of the quietest years ......

(2110 words by victoriaadvocate.com)
(11/30/2012)
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The mixed messages of hurricane season 2012 - Miami-Dade - MiamiHerald.com

...... not amount to much , x D said Chris Landsea , science and operations officer for the National Hurricane Center x C It was very unusual , x D said Phil Klotzbach , a research scientist at Colorado State University who teams with climatologist William Gray on closely watched annual hurricane forecasts x C for major hurricanes , it was one of the ......

(712 words by miamiherald.com)
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Why So Many Hurricanes This Year? Blame El Nio - Yahoo! News

...... that increased temperatures could actually lead to fewer , but stronger , hurricanes worldwide , he said An unusual season Overall it been a very unusual hurricane season , said Phil Klotzbach , a hurricane expert at Colorado State University While there have been hurricanes , they've lasted only a total of days An average hurricane season has six hurricanes , but also about ......

(867 words by yahoo.com)
(10/26/2012)

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Why Have There Been So Many Tropical Cyclones This Year? | Extreme Weather | LiveScience

...... that increased temperatures could actually lead to fewer , but stronger , hurricanes worldwide , he said An unusual season Overall it been a very unusual hurricane season , said Phil Klotzbach , a hurricane expert at Colorado State University While there have been hurricanes , they've lasted only a total of days An average hurricane season has six hurricanes , but also about ......

(854 words by livescience.com)
(10/25/2012)
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Fresh water from Arctic might affect hurricanes, research shows | HeraldTribune.com

...... of decreasing so far the Atlantic has been generally warmer since the mid- s and salinity in the far North Atlantic has actually increased during the same time frame , said Phil Klotzbach an atmospheric research scientist at Colorado State University who specializes in seasonal hurricane prediction If it having an impact , we certainly haven't seen anything yet , Klotzbach ......

(1099 words by heraldtribune.com)
(08/05/2012)
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Despite a fast start to the storm season, experts still expect near normal activity - Sun Sentinel

...... from the number of storms , Crawford said his computer models also indicate that the odds of a hurricane striking Florida and the East Coast and are slightly below normal in Phil Klotzbach , a Colorado State University climatologist , also thinks that El Ni o will inhibit the number of storms this year He noted all of the early storms formed in the subtropics , outside of the ......

(485 words by sun-sentinel.com)
(07/08/2012)
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Despite a fast start to the storm season, experts still expect near normal activity - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com

...... from the number of storms , Crawford said his computer models also indicate that the odds of a hurricane striking Florida and the East Coast and are slightly below normal in Phil Klotzbach , a Colorado State University climatologist , also thinks that El Ni o will inhibit the number of storms this year He noted all of the early storms formed in the subtropics , outside of the ......

(486 words by sun-sentinel.com)
(07/07/2012)
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The Observer on Sunday :: Global warming and hurricanes

...... In Orlando , Florida in March , Gray noted that since he had given over the primary authorship of the Colorado State University seasonal hurricane forecast to his associate Phil Klotzbach in , he has spent much of his time concentrating on the question of whether carbon dioxide has been responsible for the upswing in hurricane activity in the Atlantic Basin since He ......

(1849 words by compasscayman.com)
(06/03/2012)
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Hurricane Forecasters - WTXL ABC 27

...... follow the weather We don't have to live on Mars to study its atmosphere , says Gray Dr Gray is winding down his duties and handing over much of his daily work to protg , Dr Phil Klotzbach Although some have doubted his outlooks , his predictions have increased public awareness They Do A lot of good because the press covers them and it reminds people that there are those storms ......

(262 words by wtxl.com)
(05/21/2012)
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Hurricane conference: Changes in forecasting - NBC-2.com WBBH News for Fort Myers, Cape Coral & Naples, Florida

...... only - with crowds coming to hear the Hurricane Andrew retrospective from the NHC forecasters who worked the landfall of that Category hurricane the overflow for Dr Bill Gray and Phil Klotzbach talk on the season was so huge that a second show in a larger venue had to be scheduled this afternoon It was very interesting to hear the upgrades in technology that have occurred ......

(486 words by nbc-2.com)
(03/29/2012)

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The UN's <b>Global Warming</b> Absurdity - Grendel Report

...... climate variability as We haven't a clue what the climate will do And rightfully so Recently , my friend Dr William Gray , an esteemed meteorologist , and his colleague , Phil Klotzbach , went public saying that their efforts over the years to predict the number of hurricanes in the year ahead since was a complete bust That kind of academic honesty is very commendable ......

(682 words by posterous.com)
(12/23/2011)

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The UN's Global Warming Absurdity - Canada Free Press

...... climate variability as We haven't a clue what the climate will do And rightfully so Recently , my friend Dr William Gray , an esteemed meteorologist , and his colleague , Phil Klotzbach , went public saying that their efforts over the years to predict the number of hurricanes in the year ahead since was a complete bust That kind of academic honesty is very commendable ......

(835 words by canadafreepress.com)
(12/23/2011)
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Durban: Where the Climate Deniers-in-Chief Ran the Show - The Nation.

...... toward a hellish C temperature rise by Baaahhhh HaHaHaHaHaHa In case you haven't heard , the two very famous expert hurricane predictors William Gray and Phil Klotzbach from Colorado State University have officially quit trying to predict hurricane numbers for each season They have said , Our early December Atlantic basin seasonal hurricane forecasts of the last ......

(1548 words by thenation.com)
(12/16/2011)
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Hurricane forecasters give up trying to predict summer storm season in December

...... State University , have now announced that a look back at the past years of forecasts shows that their methods do not actually work Weathermen William Gray , left , and Phil Klotzbach , of Colorado State University , have given up trying to predict the numbers of storms six months in advance CSU hurricane forecasting team has since predicted the number of storms that ......

(459 words by dailymail.co.uk)
(12/14/2011)
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KETK interviews Dr. Bill Gray about hurricanes and global warming - KETK

...... TYLER mdash Colorado State University hurricane prediction team made up of Dr William Gray and Phil Klotzbach recently announced they won't be predicting the number of hurricanes we'll get as early as December -- like they have for many years They say it just too hard to predict something like that so early KETK chief meteorologist Scott Chesner agrees Predicting the weather ......

(365 words by ketknbc.com)
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Hurricane Forecasters Admit They Can't Predict Hurricanes - RushLimbaugh.com (subscription)

...... a story in the United Kingdom Telegraph which claimed Mankind Shortening The Universe Life , and that story was based on all of these similar kind of models that Bill Gray and Phil Klotzbach were using to predict their hurricanes This is major , and the fact that the American media has ignored it is tantamount evidence that global warming is nothing more than a political issue , part ......

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(12/13/2011)
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