For the sixth year in a row, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center is predicting that the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season will be another above-average year, although they don’t anticipate that this year will be a repeat of 2020’s “hyperactive” season, with a record-breaking number of storms. Additionally, 2021 is now the seventh yearread more

Two storm systems are headed into the Gulf of Mexico and could become hurricanes. One may strike the Florida Panhandle and the other the Texas Gulf Coast. Both of the systems are predicted to strengthen into hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico, possibly by Monday or Tuesday. Because the Gulfread more

Four separate climate research teams are forecasting that the 2020-21 North Atlantic hurricane season will be busier than normal, predicting that roughly 20 named tropical cyclones will form in the North Atlantic Basin, and possibly as high as 25 storms, according to Penn State’s predictions. The four teams, from AccuWeather, Colorado Stateread more