The month of November marks the end of the hurricane season in the Atlantic.
As of Wednesday, the hurricane season in the Atlantic was officially in full swing.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) forecasted that the Atlantic hurricane season will be above average for the sixth year in a row last month, and their prediction came true.
According to the agency, it is possible that the upcoming season will be 65 percent better than normal, 25 percent about the same as normal, and 10 percent worse than typical.
It is anticipated that between six and ten of the 14 to 21 named storms would eventually become hurricanes.