The Atlantic hurricane officially began on Monday, and the very next day, Tropical Storm Cristobal spun up in the Gulf of Mexico.
Forecasts called for this to be a busy season, and according to Gizmodo Earther, it’s clearly off to a roaring start.
Warm ocean waters and low wind make an atmosphere ripe for storms. While the quick start doesn’t guarantee the rapid pace of storms will continue, it’s nevertheless a worrying sign in a world full of stress.
The early season run of storms is likely to slow down, but multiple agencies predict an active hurricane season.
That's bad news in the midst of a pandemic.