The British hurricane season officially began when a tornado hit London. However that wasn't the start of the matter, it all began about six days earlier when a hurricane ripped through the heart of Leeds, destroying several canapés, and over sixty five top hats.
Since time is a constant variable cross-bilaterally linked to space, and space is an independent irregular paranormal which fluctuates throughout void in constant kinetic reversal linkage, then it is therefore obvious that anything that ever happens can only be seen if you are fractionally, though not inconsiderably in, what some people might like to call the future, although it is really a cross-literal inversion of the past, which directly, although not laterally, or indeed literally, links back to the idea that the tornado in Leeds happened six days earlier.
It is important to know that events past are directly and inextricably liked to events future and if something, for example a news story about a tornado in London, were to exist in the future or indeed the past the any previous news stories cease to physically exist, or even to have existed in this universe. It is therefore doubtful that the tornado in Leeds still ever happened, or at least sort of that.