Another Brutal Hurricane Season In Store For The Caribbean, U.S. And Canada This 2018


After a devastating 2017 hurricane season which featured three of the costliest tropical systems in history, meteorologists predict that 2018 will be just as nightmarish.

Researchers at the Colorado State University have released their preliminary seasonal forecast, as this year’s hurricane season is just two months away. Typically, hurricane seasons in the Atlantic run from June to November, with the majority of the storms manifesting in mid-August and mid-October. The Caribbean islands, the eastern coast of the U.S. and some of central (Ontario), eastern (Quebec) and Atlantic Canada (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia) are the areas most affected by the storms.

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As many as 14 named storms have been predicted, seven of which are expected to be just as…

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