The 2012 hurricane season doesn't begin until June 1st but Tropical Storm Alberto seems to have arrived a little early to the party.
On Saturday March 19, 2012, the first named storm of the 2012 hurricane season became a reality as tropical storm Alberto loomed off of the coast of South Carolina. While the storm only had maximum sustained winds of 45mph yesterday at 5pm EST and posed no threat to the United States, it has people on edge and getting prepared early.
With a year that has already brought several different forms (deadly tornadoes & blizzards) of severe weather to the states, you have to wonder if tropical storm Alberto forming prior to the official June 1st start date of Hurricane Season 2012 is a sign of things to come. (As of Monday, May 21, 2012, tropical storm Alberto poses no threat to the United States as it is headed back out to sea.
Will hurricane season 2012 be chock full of severe storms that wreak havoc on the United States? Hopefully we have a quiet summer with no deadly storms but just in case there is a hurricane that is going to make landfall in America, it is always good to be prepared.
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