Evaluation 535 by Anon (session_user_id: 6f4268d3a7ef3d573e20810df312445401b93da9)

What is your overall decision about this article?  
Are the selection criteria for the stations well explained?   Or, if this project does not have to do with time series met. stations, are the premises of the project well thought out and explained?  Is it a topic of special interest?  (It doesn't have to be, but if it is, say so).  
The selection criteria for the stations are well explained (special situation/locations). The topic of great interest (hurricanes).
Are the conclusions of the report quantitatively supported by the data?  
This sub-conclusion remains doubtful, as when you use only one model, you do not have reliable estimate: "Considering the average in the region, its increase in temperature has been greater than the global temperature increase, so the models are not reliable for future scenarios in this part of the globe. It is likely that in future the increase of temperature will continue to a rate of 0.15°C per decade in average in these stations." You could have added some further graph with data analysis, and a caption to the figure submitted. Overall conclusion is clearly visible and quantitatively supported. Length and number of figures are within limit.
Are the data stations well quality-controlled? 
The quality of the data stations time series is not discussed.