The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season was one of the most active on record, according to the US National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration.
There were a record-breaking 30 named storms, 12 of which made landfall in the continental United States.
It was the fifth consecutive year of above-normal Atlantic hurricane activity. But is this a result of global warming?
BBC World Service’s Climate Question podcast spoke to Renato Redentor Constantino, director of the Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities.
Video produced by Trystan Young.