The Atlantic hurricane season of 2022 is over
Hurricanes in the Atlantic
The Atlantic hurricane season officially ends on November 30th. As a result, the 2022 season concluded today. This does not rule out the possibility of a tropical system forming outside of season, so any atmospheric disturbances must be continuously monitored.
The Atlantic hurricane season begins on June 1st and lasts until November 30th. Hurricane season in the Eastern Pacific Ocean begins earlier, on May 15, and ends on November 30th.
Hurricanes, tropical storms, and tropical depressions are the names given to tropical cyclones in the North Atlantic.
Several storms have formed over the years that did not develop as fully tropical systems and are classified as subtropical depressions and subtropical storms.
Even though subtropical storms and depressions are not as powerful as tropical cyclones, the damage can be devastating.
All tropical weather information will be posted on this page when the season begins in 2023, or sooner if a tropical system threatens Mexico.
There is currently no forecast for the hurricane season of 2023.
Days to start the Hurricane Season 2023
Source: CSU Tropical & Cimate Research