No tropical development is expected in the Atlantic through the next five days. After seeing 23 named storms and exhausting our list of names for this year, we are in for a small break.
Statistically speaking hurricane season in the Atlantic peaks on September 10th. Hurricane season for the Atlantic Basin is from June 1st to November 30th.
The Climate Prediction Center has outlined two areas to watch for tropical development from September 30th to October 6th.
These areas have a moderate to high chance of seeing the development of a tropical cyclone.
The next named storm will Gamma in the Greek alphabet.
Note this is not a forecast and there are no areas we are currently watching for tropical development. This information is where tropical cyclones are most likely to form.
More information on hurricanes can be found on our hurricane page.