The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicts another active hurricane season in the Atlantic — the sixth unusually active season in a row. The season is poised for extraordinarily high levels of activity.
“Now is the time for communities along the coastline as well as inland to get prepared for the dangers that hurricanes can bring. The experts at NOAA are poised to deliver life-saving early warnings and forecasts to communities, which will also help minimize the economic impacts of storms,” said Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo.
The hurricane season comes in the wake of the most active time for hurricanes in the North Atlantic Basin. So far, 30 storms were recorded in 2020, 12 of which struck the United States, setting a new benchmark.
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