After months and months of unrelenting snow and winter storms, there is finally some good news in terms of the weather. The upcoming hurricane season will be an especially mild one, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Climate Prediction Center (NOAA) reports. “The coming Atlantic hurricane season probably will have fewer storms than normal for the third year running — thanks in part to El Niño,” CNN explains. Just three to six storms are likely to form. Even so, being ill-prepared for a hurricane is always a mistake.
Expect The Unexpected
First and most importantly, the NOAA warns that such a prediction is just that — a prediction — and it may or may not be a true reflection of what ultimately happens. Even if conditions appear to be favorable and m