We've reached the peak of Atlantic hurricane season — and three hurricanes are churning at once
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The Atlantic hurricane season generally peaks around September 10.

The season usually begins on June 1. An average hurricane season includes at least 12 named storms.

Over 1 million people have been evacuated from the Carolinas and Virginia in anticipation of Hurricane Florence, which is set to make landfall sometime on Thursday evening or Friday morning. 

Hurricane season officially peaks today: September 10.

It has been a quieter-than-average hurricane season so far, but...


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