Ex-Tropical Storm Dorian re-formed as a tropical depression this morning in the waters near the southeast Atlantic coast (see the link at the sidebar for more information).
I just wanted to share a graph from the National Hurricane Center showing when the busiest time in the Atlantic season usually is.
Of course, every year has its own variations, but statistically speaking, things are probably going to pick up very soon (not Dorian, though – it likely will be gone for good by tomorrow).
Hurricane Season Forecasts
Here is NOAA’s forecast, back in May, for this year’s season.
Here is the Tropical Meteorology Project 2013 forecast by William Gray, formerly of the NHC, and Philip Klotzbach. They just updated it yesterday.