Atlantic Hurricane Season May Pick Up In Intensity, Forecasters Say

The Climate Prediction Center said it based its revised 2016 forecast on changing conditions in the Caribbean Sea and the tropical Atlantic Ocean, an area it refers to as the "main development region," or MDR, for tropical systems.

It's been a quiet hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean so far this summer, but forecasters from the U.S. Climate Prediction Center are expecting storm activity to pick up as we get closer to late August and September. And they have slightly boosted their projection of how many named storms will develop and pose a potential…


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