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The Atlantic hurricane season could be ‘very active’: NOAA predicts up to 25 storms

Posted on AllSides May 23rd, 2024
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It could be stormy out there this summer. That’s the message from meteorologists who are predicting a “very active” Atlantic hurricane season. NOAA National Weather Service meteorologists on Thursday said they’re forecasting above-normal hurricane activity this season, which starts on June 1. NOAA is predicting a range of 17 to 25 total named storms with winds of 39 mph or higher. Of those, eight to 13 are forecast to become hurricanes with winds of 74 mph or higher — including four to seven major hurricanes with winds of at least...

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