|NOAA||22 May 2008||11 – 16||5 – 8||1 – 3|
|Record high activity||27||16 (Tie)||10|
|Record low activity||8 (Tie)||3||0 (Tie)|
On May 22, 2008, NOAA released their forecast for the 2008 Eastern Pacific and Central Pacific hurricane seasons. They predicted a below-normal level of activity in the Eastern Pacific, with 11 to 16 named storms, of which 5 to 8 were expected to become hurricanes, and 1 to 3 expected to become major hurricanes.
The Central Pacific basin was also expected to be slightly below average, with three to four tropical cyclones expected to form or cross into the area.
Read more about this topic: 2008 Pacific Hurricane Season
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