Hurricanes in the Atlantic
The hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean officially ends on November 30, therefore the 2021 season has ended today. This does not mean that a tropical system cannot form out of season, so any atmospheric disturbances must continue to be continuously monitored.
The Atlantic hurricane season officially starts on June 1st and runs until November 30th. In the Eastern Pacific Ocean, hurricane season starts earlier on May 15 and ends on November 30th.
Tropical cyclones in the North Atlantic are called hurricanes, tropical storms, or tropical depressions.
There have been several storms over the years that have not been developed as fully tropical and are categorized as subtropical depressions and subtropical storms.
Even though subtropical storms and subtropical depressions are not technically as strong as tropical cyclones, the damages can still be devastating.
When the season 2022 starts, all the information about the tropical weather will be posted on this page or before if a tropical system threatens Mexico.
No forecast of season 2022 has been issued yet.
Days to start the Hurricane Season 2022
Source: CSU Tropical & Cimate Research