The 2013 Atlantic Hurricane season is an extreme above-average season with 5 storms reported. The season began on June 1, 2013 with the formation of Tropical Storm Amanda. Hurricane Daniel is the latest hurricane reported and the last of a series of 4 Category 5, 4, and 3 hurricanes. This super-ferocious storm will impact the US East Coast with winds up to 160 mph (260 km/h), before heading north and becoming an extra-tropical hurricane and steering towards Europe.
|Duration||June 1—June 3|
|Intensity||60 mph, 998 mbar|
Tropical Storm Amanda
On June 1, a tropical wave near the African West Coast was starting to become closely monitored by NOAA. The next day, it became more concentrated as it reached the Canary Islands as a depression and it quickly intensified into a tropical storm, and was given the name Amanda. Amanda dropped 600mm of rain water on the islands and affected them with 60 mph (95 kph) winds before moving out into an area of vertical wind shear in the Mid-Atlantic and dissipating on June 3.
|Duration||June 2—June 7|
|Intensity||130 mph, 947 mbar|
Hurricane Bert made landfall on Florida as a strong Category 3, killing over 200 with 130 mph winds.
Hurricane Cindy was a strong Category 4 and impacted NYC, NJ, VI, and NC. 26,000 died as a massive storm surge blasted through the states. 3 people died when a supercell caused by the storm uprooted a tree and blasted it into an apartament block in New York
|Duration||June 8-June 16|
|Intensity||155 mph, 935 mbar|
Hurricane Darren was a strong Category 5 which had 190 mph winds and never made landfall.
|Duration||June 9—June 21|
|Intensity||190 mph, 886 mbar|