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The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season begins on June 1st, 2020 and runs until November 30th, 2020.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 175 (Dorian) , Major: 506 (Michael) Florida - Any: 506 (Michael) Major: 506 (Michael)
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25 Years Tracking Storms

Posted: 02:56 PM 01 January 2020 | 2 Comments | Add Comment | Newest: 02:59 AM 06-Feb EDT

The 2020 Hurricane season will be the 25th year flhurricane has been tracking storms, as we're still going, 2019 was a year mostly defined by Dorian. This coming year should be another one to watch closely.

We'll be partnering more with Mrak Sudduth and Hurricanetrack.com over the new year, but all the old data and image recordings will remain here. The Atlantic hurricane Season starts on June 1st, and we'll be watching both here, and our twitter and facebook feeds.
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