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 Pronóstico de la temporada de huracanes en el Atlántico infographic
El gráfico muestra una comparación de huracanes históricos con el pronóstico 2022.


Se pronostican varios grandes huracanes para este año

By Ninian Carter

May 19, 2022 - Los meteorólogos predicen otra temporada de huracanes anormalmente alta en el Atlántico (jun 1 - nov 30), pronosticando 16 a 20 tormentas y 6 a 8 huracanes con nombre, de los cuales predicen que 3 a 5 se convertirán en grandes huracanes.

The Atlantic hurricane season begins on June 1 and runs until the end of November.

AccuWeather veteran meteorologist and hurricane expert Dan Kottlowski predicts another above-normal year for Atlantic hurricanes.

He and his team believe there is a high likelihood of there being 16-20 named storms this season, with six to eight of them becoming hurricanes. Of those, three to five will develop into major hurricanes which is when they reach Category 3 strength, with winds exceeding 178km/h.

The previous two hurricane seasons were extremely active, with 2020 setting a new record for the number of named storms with 30. The 2021 tropical year was also very active, with 21 named storms.

PUBLISHED: 19/05/2022; STORY: Graphic News; PICTURES: Getty Images