Now that Barry made a landing in Louisiana , is it too early for Hurricane season or no?
Tropical storm Barry is drenching the Gulf Coast
- Atarah DerekLv 76 months ago
Hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30, and it is not terribly uncommon for tropical storms to develop outside that window. Barry is only the second named storm of the Atlantic season.
The storm you really wanna watch out for is Imelda. I've seen "Coco." I do not want anything to do with a hurricane named for her mamá.
- JoeLv 66 months ago
Too early for who ?
- 6 months ago
Hurricane season in the Atlantic (and Gulf of Mexico) is June 1 to November 30. As we're in the third week of July, t's not to early for a hurricane.
- CarolOklaNolaLv 77 months ago
Hurricane season starts June 1. It's early fir a hurricane,, but the Hurricanes did not stop November 30 in 2005 an continued I to January 2006. At least the Mississippi River did not go over the levees in Louisiana.
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- TQLv 77 months ago
Every year ... the Atlantic hurricane season runs between 01-JUN and 30-NOV ... so no; it isn't too early for Hurricane (sic) season.
- billrussell42Lv 77 months ago
this is the start of the hurricane season, by definition.
Barry is a hurricane now.