Atlantic Hurricane Season Likely to Be Rough

Atlantic Hurricane Season Likely to Be Rough

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June 1, 2018 ​WASHNGTON, D.C. – Forecasters are predicting a 75% chance the Atlantic hurricane season will be near or above-normal this year, according to NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center. Hurricane season starts today and runs through November 30.

“With the advances made in hardware and computing over the course of the last year, the ability of NOAA scientists to both predict the path of storms and warn Americans who may find themselves in harm’s way is unprecedented,” said Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross in a press release. “The devastating hurricane season of 2017 demonstrated the necessity for prompt and accurate hurricane forecasts.”

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PRSM 2018 National Conference, April 9-11 in Nashville, TennesseeStorm brewing over ocean on left side of image, clar skies and calm waters to the right