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The 2021 Altantic Hurricane Season Begins June 1st, 2021. 2020 is officially over, but still a 30% chance area lingers.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 195 (Zeta) , Major: 258 (Laura) Florida - Any: 944 (Michael) Major: 944 (Michael)
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2021 Season Starts June 1st

Posted: 12:33 AM 01 January 2021 | 2 Comments | Add Comment | Newest: 05:19 PM 11-May EDT

After the record number of named systems in 2020, This next year will likely also be active, but probably not as much as 2020.

We'll be partnering more with Mark Sudduth and 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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