I would imagine that being normal, as every car I have owned did that. From my understanding it is the buildup of pressure in the fuel system. It does it on purpose for cold starts.
Could be wrong though.
2012 Jeep Wrangler Sport - Silver - Build Date 2-27-2012
1999 Safari Zanzibar 38' Diesel Pusher (Full Time Home)
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