The unusually busy and oddly behaved 2010 Atlantic Tropical Storm Season came to an official end last week. ImpactWeather’s seasonal forecast was pretty much right on target but no one predicted an entire season that resulted in no direct hits on the U.S., especially considering that it was the third busiest season in recorded history. In fact, a large number of interesting records were set and Chris Hebert covers them all in his 10-minute video review that I just posted on YouTube.
Even though the U.S. was for the most part spared this season, unfortunately there’s a long list of areas that weren’t so lucky: Bermuda, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Belize, many parts of Mexico, Cuba Haiti and most of the Caribbean. Our hearts go out those who were especially hard hit and to the friends and families of the nearly 300 casualties of the season.