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According to the National Hurricane Center in Miami, the Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1st through November 30th every year. Some years are worse in terms of damage than others — 2005 remains the busiest season for the Atlantic region on record with 28 named storms — but every summer brings the potential for significant weather events between the Caribbean and eastern Canada.

(For what it is worth, many weather experts are predicting an unusually quiet year for hurricanes in 2015. Colorado State University has predicted no more than seven named storms this year, three of which will be hurricane-strength, but only one that’s a category 3 or higher.)

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