IBTrACS

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IBTrACSInternational Best Track Archive for Climate Stewardship (US NOAA)
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The IBTrACS dataset comprises historical TC best-track data from numerous sources around the globe, including all of the WMO Regional Specialized Meteorological Centers (RSMC; Knapp et al.
Compiling the activity using preliminary IBTrACS data over all seven TC basins (Fig.
The 1981-2010 IBTrACS seasonal averages for the basin are 16.5 named storms, 8.5 hurricanes, and 4.0 major hurricanes (Schreck et al.
The long-term 1981-2010 IBTrACS mean in the CNP basin is 4.7 storms making the 2017 season much below average.
The 1981-2010 IBTrACS seasonal averages for the basin are 3.9 tropical storms, 1.4 cyclones, and 0.6 major cyclones (Schrecket al.
The 1981-2010 IBTrACS seasonal median averages are eight tropical storms, four cyclones, and one major cyclone (Schreck et al.
The IBTrACS dataset comprises historical tropical cyclone (TC) best-track data from numerous sources around the globe, including all of the WMO Regional Specialized Meteorological Centers (RSMC; Knapp et al.
Compiling the activity using the IBTrACS dataset over all seven TC basins (Fig.
The long-term 1981-2010 IBTrACS mean is 4.7 storms passing through the CNP per season.
The 1981-2010 IBTrACS seasonal averages for the basin are 9.9 NSs, 7.5 TCs, and 4.0 major TCs, which compares with the 2014/15 counts of 9, 7, and 5 respectively.
Here we describe a subtropical storm identified in the southeastern Pacific basin off the Chilean coast farther east than any in the historic record as documented in either the IBTrACS (Knapp et al.
The season produced 11 TCs, near the satellite-era 1983/84-2010/11 average of 10.8, and consistent with ENSO-neutral conditions; while the 1981-2010 IBTrACS seasonal averages for the basin are 9.9 named storms, 7.5 TCs, and 4.0 major TCs.