Don't expect a particularly harsh winter, but expect a volatile one.
Sixteen named storms, including eight hurricanes, are forecast for the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, according to early predictions released Thursday.
NOAA forecasts a 45 percent chance of above-normal activity.
Rainfall famine has turned to rainfall feast in the past year. But that could be too much of a good thing.
After a record-breaking and destructive hurricane season in 2017, the next one looks closer to "normal" or slightly above normal.
On Monday, we learned from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that last September was the hottest of them all, out of 135 Septembers going back to 1880.