They anticipate an “extremely active” hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean

They anticipate an “extremely active” hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean

The coming one cyclonic season –which starts on June 1– is emerging as “extremely active” in the Atlantic Oceanwith high probabilities that at least one category 3 or greater cyclone will make landfall in the Caribbean region, according to the forecast released this Thursday by the Department of Atmospheric Science of the Colorado State University (CSU, in English).

Puerto Rican students Delian Colon Burgos and Angelie Nieves Jimenezmembers of the CSU tropical meteorology research team, stated that the April forecast – the first of four that will be released in the coming months – found that conditions exist for the formation of 23 named storms (systems with sustained winds of 39 miles per hour or more), of which 11 would be hurricanes (74 miles) and five would reach category 3 (111 miles).

If the prediction materializes, it would be a cyclonic season even more active than that of 2023, when 20 storms were recorded in the Atlantic, including seven hurricanes, three of them of major category. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA, in English), The 2023 season was the fourth with the highest number of storms since there is registration.

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