The 2020 Hurricane season so far has been extremely out of the ordinary according to National Weather Service Warning Coordination Meteorologist Chris Miller.
Miller says that one of the reasons why this hurricane season has been so weird is that they’re traveling a lot further north than they usually do.
Over the past two decades there has been a dramatic rise in both the intensity and number of tropical storms, according to Miller.
While the south has had an excess of rainfall, Central Illinois has been rather dry, according to Miller.
Chris Miller with the National Weather Service was a guest on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show.