First, for I want to say for Texas, that I’m NOT seeing a large hurricane coming into the Texas coast this year. I am seeing possibly 2 smaller storms late in the summer/early fall, but not a hurricane. These two storms will enter on the Eastern coastline of Texas – from Corpus Christi to Beaumont, and into Louisiana.
I am seeing 1 hurricane and 1 tropical storm going through the southern Gulf of Mexico into Mexico – through or near the Yucatan Peninsula. There could be a 3rd going further south than the Yucatan.
I am seeing a storm/possibly tropical storm/hurricane going up the west coast of Florida into the panhandle of Florida, then heading northeast into Alabama, Tennessee and Georgia before it dissipates.
I am seeing 1 tropical storm at least, in the 2nd half of the summer going up the east coast of Florida, traveling through the central Florida landmass and eastern coast line. Half way up, it could then go back out to the Atlantic or cross into the Gulf going westward. This one could fluctuate a lot. This one could even not happen at all.
As we go into the Fall, 2018, a few more storms, tropical storms, and hurricanes can go up the East Coast of the US. 1 small-medium size hurricane could then go inland into the Carolinas. 2 others stay in the Atlantic and don’t come inland. The Eastern coastline will get “scraped” though by one of these 3 storms.
I don’t see any hurricanes or tropical storms threaten the Northeastern US, but I do see a heavy storm system in the area. It just won’t be a hurricane or tropical storm.