Today marks the First Day of the Atlantic Hurricane Season and there’s some activity in the waters right now in both the Atlantic and the Pacific. But first, here’s the Atlantic Map for Tropical Development for the month of June.
Possible development is located in both the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean. Only One Storm forms Every 2 Years. The last Hurricane that occurred in the month of June is Hurricane Chris back in 2012. We’re watching the Pacific right now of an Invest by the coast of Mexico with Invest 93-E
A 90% chance of this will become either Tropical Depression Two-E or Tropical Storm Boris. If it is Boris, and stay at Tropical Storm status while crossing to the Gulf, it could become the Atlantic’s first name storm, Arthur, but that’s highly not gonna happen…yet. The Pacific isn’t the only game in town, look like the Atlantic is playing as well.
A 20% chance of Development in the Yucatan, but that’s gonna be a big fat nope. So it’s the first day of the Hurricane Season and it’s time to be prepared for the next 6 months.
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This Page Contains the News and Information on this Hurricane Season
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Andrea (Subtropical Storm)
Alvin (Cat. 1 Hurricane)
Barbara (Cat. 4 Hurricane)