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HOME > Monitoring and Data > Monitoring East Pacific Hurricane Potential
 
Updated June 1 - November 30
 
2013 East Pacific Hurricane Outlook
 

CPC uses sea surface temperatures, and wind speed, height and direction data in producing their hurricane outlooks and by the National Hurricane Center in issuing their advisories and short-term outlooks. At present, CPC does not yet issue extended outlook for the East Pacific Hurricane season. This page is inteded to serve as a monitoring page for the East Pacific Hurricanes, similar to the Atantic Hurricanes.

 
Animations
Sea Surface Temperatures
Winds and Temperatures at Various Levels
Time Longitude OLR Anomalies
Unfiltered
Intraseasonal

Time Longitude Velocity Potential Anomalies
5N-5S
10-20N


Time Longitude IR Temperatures

Observed and Forecast Vertical Wind Shear & 700-hPa Cyclonic Vorticity

200-hPa STREAMFUNCTION & ANOMALIES
Last 10 Days
Last 30 Days

VARIABLES Level Level Level
Heights & IR Temperatures (every 6 hours) SLP 850 600
Heights & IR Temperatures (every 12 hours) SLP 850 600
Heights & IR Temperatures (every 24 hours) SLP 850 600
Streamlines, Winds & IR Temps (every 6 hours) 1000 600 200
Streamlines, Winds & IR Temps (every 12 hours) 1000 600 200
Streamlines, Winds & IR Temps (every 24 hours) 1000 600 200
Heights & Vorticity (every 6 hours) SLP 850 600
Heights & Vorticity (every 12 hours) SLP 850 600
Heights & Vorticity (every 24 hours) SLP 850 600
Heights & Wind Speed (every 6 hours) SLP 850 600
Heights & Wind Speed (every 12 hours) SLP 850 600
Heights & Wind Speed (every 24 hours) SLP 850 600
Wind Speed & Direction (every 6 hours) 1000 850 600
Wind Speed & Direction (every 12 hours) 1000 850 600
Wind Speed & Direction (every 24 hours) 1000 850 600
 
Winds & Anomalies (Last 10 Days) 1000 700 200
Winds & Anomalies (Last 30 Days) 1000 700 200
Heights & Anomalies (Last 10 Days) SLP 500 200
Heights & Anomalies (Last 30 Days) SLP 500 200
Precipitable Water &
1000-hPa Circulation
every 6h daily 5day mean
200-850 hPa Vertical Wind Shear &
1000 hPa Circulation
every 6h every 12h every 24h
200-850 hPa Vertical Wind Shear &
IR Temperatures
every 6h every 12h every 24h

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