AccuWeather predicts another busy hurricane season for 2022
Afternoon thunder clouds roll onto the shore in Hollywood, Florida, in July 2021. - Mike Stocker/Sun Sentinel/TNS

ORLANDO, Fla. — After two years of alphabet-depleting hurricane seasons, 2022 looks to be more of the same, according to predictions from weather site AccuWeather. In its early season predictions released Wednesday, the site expects to see 16 to 20 named tropical systems. That’s just shy of last year’s 21 names and much lower than 2020′s record 30 named systems, but still above average. AccuWeather also predicted six to eight hurricanes, of which three to five will be labeled major hurricanes with sustained Category 3 strength winds of 111 mph or greater on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Sc...