Entornointeligente.com / Experts at Colorado State University have announced the results of their first long-range forecast for the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season with the prediction of above-average activity. It comes on the heels of the most storm-packed season on record in 2020, during which an unprecedented 30 named storms formed. It’s set to become the sixth-consecutive season with above-average activity, and there is a chance it could even approach extra active status. A report by the Washington Post on Thursday said the forecasters are predicting 17 named storms. In their outlook, the Colorado State scientists say four major hurricanes could swirl through the Atlantic this year. Major hurricanes have winds in the Category 3 range or higher.
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