hurricane season 2020


Mapa muestra fuerza y trayectoria de ciclones tropicales en el 2020. Los azules representan depresiones tropicales, amarillos cruzados con rojo son huracanes, los tonos más oscuros indican mayor fuerza. Fuente y leyenda completa: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:2020_Atlantic_hurricane_season_summary_map.png Master0Garfield, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

La temporada de huracanes de 2020 bate récords en EE.UU. por cantidad de tormentas, intensificación rápida

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Hemos llegado al final oficial de la temporada de huracanes, y 2020 será uno para los libros de récords. Mirando hacia atrás a estos últimos seis meses, (siete si se cuenta desde mayo, cuando las primeras tormentas nombradas comenzaron a formarse), hay muchas estadísticas y patrones notables que destacan esta temporada de huracanes y la manera en que el cambio climático puede haber contribuido a su importancia. Read more >

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Dangerous Hurricane Season To Open Amidst COVID-19

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COVID-19 took us by storm but likely won’t be the only storm we will see this year.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has just released its Atlantic hurricane season outlook for 2020, forecasting an above-average hurricane season with 13-19 named storms, of which 6-10 could turn into hurricanes. Of these hurricanes, 3-6 could become major. If the outlook projections materialize, 2020 would be the fifth year in a row with above-normal tropical cyclone activity. In addition, the NOAA outlook comes on the heels of the first named Atlantic tropical storm of the season, Arthur, which – for the sixth year in a row – formed before the official start of hurricane season, June 1.

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https://github.com/shaman-lab/COVID-19Projection
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