The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30 with the peak period from early August through the end of October.The Atlantic basin includes the entire Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico.Hurricanes coming from the Atlantic can impact vacations on the Southeast coast, all of Florida, and along the Gulf Coast from the Florida Panhandle to Texas. Based on historical weather records dating back to 1950, a typical year will bring 12 tropical storms with sustained winds of 39 mph, of which six turn into hurricanes with winds reaching 74 mph or greater, and three major hurricanes category 3 or higher with sustained winds of at least 111 mph.(Learn more about how hurricanes are defined.)Should we focus on the number of storms? The only storms most of us need to worry about are those that actually make landfall, which can have little correlation to the total number of storms in any given season.
It would be a fight guaranteed to generate interest and money in Australia, but Jeff Horn has a mandatory title defence against Terence Crawford that’s tentatively scheduled for April in the US to get through first.The main event is scheduled for 10 rounds and is more likely to go the distance.Planning a getaway to the US East Coast or the Caribbean?For example, 2010 was an extremely busy season, with 19 named storms and 12 hurricanes.
Yet no hurricane, and only one tropical storm, made landfall in the US that year.
The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season was a wildly active, ruthlessly deadly, and extremely destructive season that ranked among most ferocious since records began in 1851.