The Peak Of Hurricane Season Has Arrived And Here’s What Mississippi Can Expect

We’re officially in the thick of hurricane season. The season may have started off slow, but it seems to be picking up. Forecasters released predictions for the season as far back as April. Initially, activity was expected to be “slightly higher” than usual; however, it looks like things have changed. Keep reading to find out what to expect this hurricane season.

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Hopefully, the recent predictions are correct and the season won’t be too active. What do you think? If a storm does hit Mississippi, how will you prepare? What storm from the past stands out the most? Tell us in the comments section.

To find out what the rest of the year has in store, check out the predictions for the 2018 winter season here.