Recent hurricane seasons have been some of the most active on record, with 21 named storms and seven hurricanes in 2021, and 30 named storms and 14 hurricanes in 2020. Looking ahead to the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season, observed and forecasted conditions, including the low probability of an El Niño, above-normal ocean heat content, and decreased low-level shear in the main development region point to another hurricane season with an above-normal number of named storms. As tropical storms and hurricanes are one of the leading causes of death and destruction from weather disasters, businesses have learned that disaster management and…
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