While there is no concrete evidence to state that more hurricanes happen every year due to climate change, recent years have seen an increased amount of tropical storm activity. In the Atlantic Ocean, an average of 10.1 tropical storms are named each year with almost 6 turning into hurricanes and 2.5 becoming major hurricanes. 28 tropical cyclones formed, 15 of them hurricanes, in the Atlantic in 2005, the most active hurricane season on record. Climate scientists hypothesize that climate change is causing an increase in hurricane activity.
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