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The Atlantic hurricane season is a time when most tropical cyclones are expected to develop across the northern Atlantic Ocean. It is currently defined as the time frame from June 1 through November 30, though in the past the season was defined as a shorter time frame.
Posted 6 months agoCountZeroMember
Since when does the UK have a “storm season”
For centuries, probably, but it’s only recently that it’s been recognised by actually naming them, I guess since the famous “hurricane” of Michael Fish fame, people have shown more interest and naming storms makes it easier to reference them historically.Posted 6 months ago
There’s no harm in it, I find it hard to understand anyone getting vexed about it; humans have a natural tendency to want to name things, to put them into some sort of context.
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