November 30 marks the end of the Atlantic Tropical Season, one of our biggest weather-makers in the summer months. This year was a strange one, with a long period of no activity at all from the beginning of July through a good part of August. In spite of that, however, we saw a lot of destruction in the Southeast from Hurricanes Ian and Nicole. Just a reminder that even in an inactive season (which this was not), it only takes one to cause immense damage. Here are a couple of articles that describe the season in a lot more detail:

Brian McNoldy: It doesn’t take an active hurricane season to be a devastating one

Jeff Masters: The bizarre and destructive 2022 hurricane season ends

Weather Underground: 2022 Hurricane Season Recap: When Florida’s Recent Luck Ran Out