No way, its too early for Hurricane Season. The Official Hurricane season in the Atlantic begins June 1st and ends November 30th. The Eastern Pacific hurricane season begins May 15th and also ends November 30th.
Weather records dating back to 1950 indicate that a typical year will bring 12 tropical storms with sustained winds of 39 mph, of which six turn into hurricanes with winds reaching 74 mph or greater, and three major hurricanes category 3 or higher with sustained winds of at least 111 mph. OK... What's going on this season, folks?
Atlantic Hurricane Season May Start Early With a Subtropical Storm For the Carolinas (FORECAST) @weatherchannel http://fw.to/ow6pnXl
Ana becomes first named storm of 2015 hurricane season http://fw.to/kQ16SUI
2015 hurricane season forecast | Weather - WAPT Home http://www.wapt.com/weather/davids-2015-hurricane-season-forecast/32878… via @16WAPTNews
Subtropical Storm Ana first named storm of 2015 hurricane season http://cnn.it/1ctz0nA
The first named storm of the 2015 hurricane season could make landfall this weekend. The storm had sustained winds of 45 mph and was located about 170 miles south-southeast of Myrtle Beach, S.C. It was stationary, meaning the storm was sitting there spinning without moving in any direction. The storm will bring rain, wind and rough surf to the Southeast coast through the Mothers Day Weekend.