Jackson, TN 38301
Last Updated: 02/05/16 16:41:43 EST
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Hurricane Summary POSTED: January 24, 2016 7:13 a.m. Atlantic remains quiet Although we had an abnormally early start to the 2016 Hurricane Season with the formation of Hurricane Alex, the Atlantic is quiet once again. At this point, we expect the tropics to remain quiet until we get closer to the official start of the Atlantic Hurricane Season on June 1, 2016. Looking back on the 2015 season that ended on Nov. 30, there were 11 named storms, 12 is normal. Four of the 11 named storms became hurricanes, normal is six. Two of the four hurricanes were major hurricanes, normal is two-three. Based on these numbers alone you can see the 2015 Atlantic Hurricane season was less active than normal, mostly due to the development of a strong El Nino. The biggest impacting hurricane of the season was Joaquin which brought serious damage to some eastern and northeastern Bahama Islands. This strong Category 4 hurricane also brought some damage to Bermuda.


 
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