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According to the Washington Post, June 1 marks the beginning of the six-month-long hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean. While a below-normal season is likely in Atlantic, there is still a 10 percent chance of an above-normal season.

Carlos is the third hurricane of the Pacific storm season, following Andres, which never made landfall, and Blanca, which weakened to a tropical storm when it reached Baja California peninsula on Monday.