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2023 hurricane forecast: Get ready for a busy Pacific storm season, quieter Atlantic than recent years thanks to El Niño

By Kelsey Ellis, Associate Professor of Geography, University of Tennessee
Nicholas Grondin, Recent PhD Graduate in Geography, University of Tennessee
The official 2023 hurricane season forecasts were just released, and while the Atlantic may see an average storm season this year, a busier-than-normal season is forecast in the eastern Pacific, meaning heightened risks for Mexico and Hawaii.

A big reason is El Niño.

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