Opens Doors to Hurricane Season
HAVANA, Cuba, June 1 (ACN)—The
hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean and
the Gulf of Mexico officially opened June 1 preceded by
Alberto and Beryl, two storms that came in ahead of time.
Only twice in
recent history (1887 and 1908) two tropical storms have
developed in the area prior to the opening of the season,
November 30, according to records.
Experts do not predict a very active season this year, with
up to 10
tropical storms, five of which could developed into
Cuban meteorologist Jose Rubiera recently alerted that it is
to precisely draw up the possible track of a storm with
months ahead of
time, or predict how strong its winds and rain could be.
Knowing the general prediction for the season is good, as
far as it is
appropriately interpreted, because when a specific storm
develops it must
be closely followed by everyone through different