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Forecasters at Colorado State University have increased the number of storms they expect to form during the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season.
Forecasters say this year's Atlantic hurricane season will be above average, with an expected 17 named storms, including eight hurricanes.
Storm names are set for what forecasters say could be an active Atlantic basin hurricane season in 2021.
A well-defined tropical wave located south of the Cayman Islands and Jamaica is likely to develop into a tropical depression.
The Atlantic hurricane season ran through the year’s list of named storms on Friday and moved right into the back-up naming system using the Greek alphabet. As of late Friday morning, three tropical formations were active in the Atlantic: Hurricane Teddy, Tropical Storm Wilfred and Subtropical Storm Alpha.
Colorado State University researchers have increased their forecast for the Atlantic Basin hurricane season, now predicting an "extremely active" period of two dozen named storms.
Atlantic hurricane forecasters are maintaining predictions for an above-average 2020 season.
June marks the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season, and forecasters are predicting an above average year.
Located just north of Denver, Colorado, the community of Fort Collins shares little with the climate or geography of the Caribbean.