The easiest answer to the question of when is the next hurricane, we don’t know. Before such an event occurs, we can only speculate and predict—and hopefully minimize the damages. One thing we can know other than the next hurricane itself for sure is the hurricane season.
Generally speaking, we can say the hurricane season starts on June 1, at least that is the official date. Depending on the region you live in, the season may change. For example, the hurricane season in the Atlantic coast isn’t going to be the same as the Pacific. Therefore, check the official hurricane season date for your region first. All of the information regards to that can be found on our homepage.
Atlantic Hurricane Season
Let’s take the Atlantic hurricane season for example, or commonly known as the Caribbean hurricane season. Without a doubt, the Caribbean is one of the most beautiful places in the world and the number of tourists she attracts hits the scale hard. So we can say that it is also one of the most anticipated hurricane seasons in the world.
Previously, the very first hurricane in the Atlantic was predicted to start in the very early days of April. That prediction—fortunately, came out as a false one. So far, at the time of this writing, not a single hurricane occurred. Since the Atlantic hurricane season not only concerns the Caribbeans but parts of Florida as well, these are good news.
This doesn’t mean the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season is going lightly though. At any moment, we can have a major hurricane in the region. While most of the hurricanes appear in the middle of the ocean, these striking to the coasts always carry a big if.
More on the 2021 hurricane season such as the 2021 hurricane names can be found here.