This might seem early but some of us are already preparing.
"2020 Hurricane Season Is Less Than 100 Days Away; Here Are the Names You’ll See This Year
At a Glance
The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30.Atlantic storm name lists repeat every six years unless a name is retired from future use.The 2020 list is identical to the one used in 2014.
The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season is less than 100 days away, and it's never too early to start preparing. In the list above, you can see the storm names that'll be used this year.
This season's first named storm will be Arthur, which kicked off the 2014 season in early July and was the earliest hurricane on record to make landfall in North Carolina when it came ashore as a Category 2 between Cape Lookout and Beaufort on the night of July 3.
None of the storms or hurricanes from 2014 were retired, so the 2020 list is identical to the one used six years ago. Isaias and Paulette were new to this list in 2014 – replacing Ike and Paloma from 2008, which were retired – but 2014 was so inactive that those names have not yet been used."