WARNING: It Appears That We’re In For One Hell Of A Violent Hurricane Season In 2024

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Andrew Powell Sports and Entertainment Blogger
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As a hurricane enthusiast, I’m thrilled. As a Floridian, ehh …

The 2023 hurricane season was a busy one. As a matter of fact, it was the fourth most active on record, and the action was a result of world-record ocean temperatures around the world.

The record temperatures and storm season stayed strong throughout 2023, with the temperatures being above the prior decades of recorded satellite data — and by a lot.

Well, it’s actually warmer here in 2024, with January taking us into uncharted waters when you examine the satellite temperature data. The trend of temperatures in 2024 are expected to be more linear because of El Niño weakening. However, they’re expected to be higher than 2023’s record-highs. (RELATED: Woman Gets Her Leg Mauled In Australian Shark Attack: REPORT)

So, you know what that means, ladies and gentlemen?

That’s right! A violent 2024 hurricane season, more violent than last year’s — and that one was rockin’ and rollin’.

A dangerous combination of La Niña and record-warm temperatures in the Atlantic will likely bring another round of hurricane parties, potentially more than last season.  A smaller total of wind will be in the atmosphere, which makes it easier for hurricanes to form and maintain strength.

June 1 … just months away from what appears to be one hell of a season.