The Peak Of Hurricane Season Doesn't Disappoint | NonA | Scoop.it

The title says it all.  We're more than halfway through hurrican season, and now past the average peak.  Here's to no more hurricanes!

 

"The season got off to an early start with Tropical Storm Alberto and Tropical Storm Beryl developing before the official start to hurricane season on June 1st.  Since then the Atlantic Basin has produced eleven more named storms, five hurricanes and one major hurricane (Michael).  Eight of the thirteen named storms so far this year formed in the month of August...  Since 1966, the average hurricane season produces eleven named storms, six hurricanes and three major hurricanes."


Via Best of Cayo