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2010 ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON

2010 Atlantic Hurricane Season

Study Released June 10, 2010

Natural Gas Report - May 2010

Since 1995, a tropical multi-decadal signal, which consisted of an enhanced West African monsoon system and suppressed convection over the Amazon Basin, has resulted in above normal Atlantic hurricane activity.1 In fact, 10 of the last 15 Atlantic hurricane seasons have been more active than the long-term average, while only 2 Atlantic hurricane seasons have demonstrated below normal activity.

May 2010