AccuWeather’s 2020 Hurricane Season Forecast Calls For ‘Above-Normal’ Tropical Activity in Atlantic

Forecasters are predicting 14-18 Atlantic Basin tropical storms this upcoming season

About two months from now, the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season will officially begin, but AccuWeather meteorologists have already been hard at work examining the factors that could influence tropical activity this year. (ISS Image)

(AccuWeather) – About two months from now, the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season will officially begin, but AccuWeather meteorologists have already been hard at work examining the factors that could influence tropical activity this year.

Forecasters are anticipating another busy year for the Atlantic Basin in 2020, on the heels of an active 2019 season.

Led by Dan Kottlowksi, AccuWeather’s top hurricane expert, meteorologists this week released a 2020 Atlantic hurricane forecast. Kottlowksi’s which runs from June 1 through Nov. 30.

Of those storms, seven to nine are forecast to become hurricanes, and two to four are predicted to strengthen into major hurricanes.

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