Now is the time to secure supply chains through the fall for what could be an above-average hurricane season in the Gulf area. A recent article details a forecast of the 2021 hurricane season according to hurricane research specialists at Yale University. After earlier-than-anticipated Elsa surged its way across the coast, experts are predicting a season of what they refer to as “hyperactivity”, specifically noting a low probability of El Nino forming as a substantial contribution to the potential increase in storms, as well as an overactive monsoon season in West Africa.

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