This article is from the Storms FAQ, by Chris Landsea email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
No. The number of named storms (hurricanes) occurring in June and July
correlates at an insignificant r = +0.13 (+0.02) versus the whole season
activity. Actually, there is a slight _negative_ association of early season
storms (hurricanes) versus late season - August through November - r = -0.28
(-0.35). Thus, early season activity, be it very active or quite calm, has
little bearing on the season as a whole. These correlations are based on
the years 1944-1994.