The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season officially went in the books as being tumultuous or “above normal” to say the least. However, 2019 doesn’t seem to trail too far behind. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, nine to 15 named storms are forecast during the six-month season that starts June 1, of those, 4 to 8 will become hurricanes and 2 to 4 will be major systems with winds of 111 miles (179 kilometers) per hour or more. This year is the fifth time in a row that a system has spun up in the Atlantic before the official June 1 start to the season.
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