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Hurricane Season Begins with Prediction of Above-Average Activity

Hurricane Season Begins with Prediction of Above-Average Activity

As the 2021 hurricane season begins, forecasters look for this year to bring an above-average level of tropical activity.  Just this week, the Tropical Meteorology Project in the Department of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University (CSU) updated its projections and continues to believe this year will produce an above-average number of storms.  Its forecast […]

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Record Hurricane Season Comes to an End

Record Hurricane Season Comes to an End

The beginning of December commences a celebratory time for many Floridians—  the Atlantic Hurricane Season ends on November 30 each year.  In 2020, we can be particularly thankful to see this hurricane season end.  Hopefully this will not be ruined by any post-season storms. The 2020 season set a record for named storms with 30, […]

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Hurricane Season Begins as COVID-19 Uncertainty Continues

Hurricane Season Begins as COVID-19 Uncertainty Continues

June 1 marks the official start of the Atlantic Hurricane Season, although tropical storms Arthur and Bertha chose to not follow arbitrary calendar dates. Forecasters warn that the United States will have a more active hurricane season than usual this year. This prediction would cause concerns in any year. This is especially the case in […]

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