Hurricane season runs from June 1 through the end of November. This expected season will have 14 Tropical storms – slightly above the normal (the average is 12). Reachers are expecting several of those storms to reach hurricane strength this year (74MPH-111MPH).
- 63 percent for the entire U.S. coastline (average for the last century is 52 percent)
- 39 percent for the U.S. East Coast, including the Florida Peninsula (average for the last century is 31 percent)
- 38 percent for the Gulf Coast from the Florida Panhandle westward to Brownsville (average for the last century is 30 percent)
- 52 percent for the Caribbean (average for the last century is 42 percent)
And what are the names on the list? According to NPR, here they are…
More to come. Before the next storm we will send out a checklist of what to do and expect for the newcomers.
Data from NPR