Winter is almost behind us and spring is on the way but that also means the National Hurricane Center has made their official predictions for 2018.
Our weather patterns are not predictable. Winter roared into March here in the Northeast and we even had measurable snow in April.
2017 roared to life in September and reminded everyone how powerful and destructive these monster storms can be.
The Atlantic hurricane season lasts from June through November. Forecasters expect a slightly above-average season, with 14 named storms. Seven of those are expected to become hurricanes and three are expected to be major hurricanes.
This near-record warmth contributed to the surge in activity in 2017, especially in terms of major hurricanes.
While the western tropical Atlantic is currently warmer than average, other portions, including the eastern tropical Atlantic and the north Atlantic, are cooler than average. The majority of storms occur between mid-August and mid-October.
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