The 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season was forecast to be an active season. However, in a rare event this season, the Atlantic basin is without any tropical systems. Not one tropical storm has prowled the Atlantic Basin since October 6, the longest such dry run in eight years, says the National Hurricane Center.
As we enter into the latter part of the Atlantic Hurricane season, where tropical development drops considerably in comparison to the peak part of the season, residents must remain vigilant and be prepared.
While conditions at this time do not favour any tropical development, the season overall is far from over, and we must maintain our vigilance. We have seen in recent years strong development of storms well into November.