Seems like the Pacific has it's second named storm, Tropical Storm Bud.
"...A trough of low pressure is expected to swing north of the storm late this week, turning Bud to the north towards the Mexican coast between Manzanillo and Acapulco. However, the trough of low pressure may not be strong enough to bring Bud ashore, and the storm could linger near the coast for several days, potentially deluging the coast with very heavy rains capable of triggering dangerous flash floods and mudslides, beginning on Friday..."
Potentially life threatening, TS Bud needs to be watched by all concerned on the Mexican coast.
On the other side, we have another invest, 94L.
Positioned in the Gulf of Honduras, its forecast path brings it to SFLA by this weekend. It may only get to 50mph, so they're not projecting hurricane. But it may just be Tropical Storm Beryl by Friday.
Shower curtains are on standby.
We're currently ahead of the 2005 schedule (Arlene was around the 8th of June, and Bret around the 28th). Cindy, 2005's first hurricane, was around the 4th of July.
Does this early start predict a busy season? According to experts, no.
Does this early storm tie in to CAGW? According to the counters, yes. Prepare for massive doom and gloom.