NHC issues first tropical outlook

The National Hurricane Center released its first tropical outlook of the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season. NHC is tracking a disorganized cluster of showers and thunderstorms near the Gulf of Mexico.

What You Need To Know

  • NHC released its first tropical outlook of 2022 for a disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday
  • It has since moved onshore and development is not expected
  • The system will string bring heavy rain and gusty winds to areas along the Gulf Coast
  • Hurricane season starts on June 1

The chance for development is now essentially zero, but the system will keep locations along the Gulf Coast from southeastern Louisiana to the western Florida Panhandle moist with increased rain chances over the next couple of days.

Prepare for hurricane season

While this system doesn’t raise any big concerns for the U.S., it still serves as a reminder that hurricane season is on the horizon. Hurricane season starts June 1. Take a look at how hurricanes form to better understand why we track these waves.

It’s never too early to prepare for the upcoming season by properly educating yourself with this year’s expectations and having a plan in place.

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