20 Names Florida will Worry About this Hurricane Season
Even though the official June 1st start to the Atlantic storm season is less than 100 days away, the past six storm season have all gotten off to an early start, with storms forming before June.
The 2020 hurricane season ended as one of the most aggressive on record, producing 30 named storms, 13 hurricanes and six major hurricanes—storms surpassing Category 3 strength with wind speeds of 111 mph or more.
While seasonal forecasts are weeks away, Philip Klotzbach, a research scientist at Colorado State University and a forecaster for hurricanes, reports that only three of the 20 forecast models show that El Niño is developing in the fall.
The Pacific weather phenomenon can generate windshields that can destabilize and weaken Atlantic storms. Its absence increases the chances that more storms will develop and strengthen the Atlantic.
It’s a perfect time for those who reside in the path of Atlantic storms to familiarize themselves the 21 names they’ll soon be tracking.
2021 Atlantic Storm Names
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