Hurricane season officially ends but not over just yet

  • By cvbizz
  • November 30, 2020
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Just because the calendar says it’s over doesn’t mean there won’t be more tropical activity, meteorologist Dave Nussbaum says.

The record-breaking 2020 hurricane season officially ends on Monday, Nov. 30. While you can breathe some sigh of relief, don’t let your guard down too quickly because tropical storms can still form after the season’s “end date.”

The 2020 hurricane season was expected to be a very active season, and it was. This season broke a lot of records including the first season with 30 named storms which broke the old record of 28 set back during the impressive 2005 season. (As of writing this we are also watching an area of low pressure off the coast of Portugal that could become Tropical Storm Kappa – the 31st named storm of the season.)

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