With June 1, the official start of Atlantic hurricane season, just days away, forecasters are urging those living along the coast to prepare for a near- to slightly above-normal season.
According to data from data from 1981 to 2010, an “average” season consists of 12 named storms, six of which are hurricanes and three are major hurricanes.
Bottom line: The U.S. is due for another hurricane strike sooner rather than later, but it’s impossible to know if that will occur this season. Keep in mind, however, that even a weak tropical storm hitting the U.S. can cause major impacts, particularly if it moves slowly, resulting in flooding rainfall.
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