Calm Before Storms? Eerie Quiet Prevails Despite Forecast of Fierce Hurricane Season
‘It has been surprisingly and freakishly quiet in the Atlantic,’ one weather observer notes. It will be the first time since 1941 that the Atlantic has gone from July 3 to the end of August with no named storm.
Beach goers watching the sun rise on June 10, 2022 over the Atlantic Ocean, which has seen an unexpectedly quiet hurricane season so far. AP/Wilfredo Lee, file
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