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The official Caribbean hurricane season runs from the 1st June through to 30th November but the hurricanes are not evenly distributed across the region during this time.

Protect your windows with genuine hurricane tape . This tape is stronger than plywood hurricane shutters and is placed on the inside of the window and does not leave behind residue when removed.

Hurricane Irene is following a similar path to the 1899 San Ciriaco hurricane, which crossed the coastline of north-eastern North Carolina before moving quickly away. However, Hurricane Irene is unlikely to move away from the coast and at this stage will maintain intensity as a Category two hurricane as it crosses the coastline before beginning to slowly weaken.

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Hurricane season in the Atlantic runs from June 1 to November 30. Storms outside of these dates are not unheard of . As you can see from the graph, based on the average of 150 years of storms, activity ramps up in August, and peaks once in early September, then again in October. More statistics are available here .

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The official Caribbean hurricane season runs from the 1st June through to 30th November but the hurricanes are not evenly distributed across the region during this time.

Protect your windows with genuine hurricane tape . This tape is stronger than plywood hurricane shutters and is placed on the inside of the window and does not leave behind residue when removed.

Hurricane Irene is following a similar path to the 1899 San Ciriaco hurricane, which crossed the coastline of north-eastern North Carolina before moving quickly away. However, Hurricane Irene is unlikely to move away from the coast and at this stage will maintain intensity as a Category two hurricane as it crosses the coastline before beginning to slowly weaken.

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Hurricane season in the Atlantic runs from June 1 to November 30. Storms outside of these dates are not unheard of . As you can see from the graph, based on the average of 150 years of storms, activity ramps up in August, and peaks once in early September, then again in October. More statistics are available here .

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W e’re finally sailing through the waning days of 2017’s vicious hurricane season, which is poised to end just as it began: unnoticed. But these quiet days bookend the formation of 10 consecutive hurricanes over the Atlantic Ocean—storms that upended the lives of millions.

An average year sees 12 named tropical storms, six of which go on to be hurricanes. Three of those hurricanes typically reach category three or higher on the Saffir-Simpson Scale . This year saw 17 named storms, 10 of which strengthened into hurricanes and six of which reached category three or stronger. It was a truly awful hurricane season that will easily rank as one of the costliest on record, in terms of damage .

This hurricane season felt like two years stitched together—and not just because we experienced nearly twice as many hurricanes as usual.

The official Caribbean hurricane season runs from the 1st June through to 30th November but the hurricanes are not evenly distributed across the region during this time.

Protect your windows with genuine hurricane tape . This tape is stronger than plywood hurricane shutters and is placed on the inside of the window and does not leave behind residue when removed.

Hurricane Irene is following a similar path to the 1899 San Ciriaco hurricane, which crossed the coastline of north-eastern North Carolina before moving quickly away. However, Hurricane Irene is unlikely to move away from the coast and at this stage will maintain intensity as a Category two hurricane as it crosses the coastline before beginning to slowly weaken.

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Hurricane season in the Atlantic runs from June 1 to November 30. Storms outside of these dates are not unheard of . As you can see from the graph, based on the average of 150 years of storms, activity ramps up in August, and peaks once in early September, then again in October. More statistics are available here .

Comments that don't add to the conversation may be automatically or manually removed by Facebook or AccuWeather. Profanity, personal attacks, and spam will not be tolerated.

W e’re finally sailing through the waning days of 2017’s vicious hurricane season, which is poised to end just as it began: unnoticed. But these quiet days bookend the formation of 10 consecutive hurricanes over the Atlantic Ocean—storms that upended the lives of millions.

An average year sees 12 named tropical storms, six of which go on to be hurricanes. Three of those hurricanes typically reach category three or higher on the Saffir-Simpson Scale . This year saw 17 named storms, 10 of which strengthened into hurricanes and six of which reached category three or stronger. It was a truly awful hurricane season that will easily rank as one of the costliest on record, in terms of damage .

This hurricane season felt like two years stitched together—and not just because we experienced nearly twice as many hurricanes as usual.

It will soon be peak hurricane season in the USA. Hurricanes can be devastating to human settlements, depending on where they make landfall and their force. But what is a hurricane and what is the difference between a Tropical Storm and a Major Hurricane, or a Tropical Depression and a Typhoon? Below, courtesy of NOAA, are some definitions and an image of peak hurricane season.

A tropical cyclone is a rotating, organized system of clouds and thunderstorms that originates over tropical or subtropical waters and has a closed low-level circulation. Tropical cyclones rotate counterclockwise in the Northern Hemisphere. They are classified as follows:

Tropical cyclones forming between 5 and 30 degrees North latitude typically move toward the west. Sometimes the winds in the middle and upper levels of the atmosphere change and steer the cyclone toward the north and northwest. When tropical cyclones reach latitudes near 30 degrees North, they often move northeast.

The official Caribbean hurricane season runs from the 1st June through to 30th November but the hurricanes are not evenly distributed across the region during this time.

Protect your windows with genuine hurricane tape . This tape is stronger than plywood hurricane shutters and is placed on the inside of the window and does not leave behind residue when removed.

Hurricane Irene is following a similar path to the 1899 San Ciriaco hurricane, which crossed the coastline of north-eastern North Carolina before moving quickly away. However, Hurricane Irene is unlikely to move away from the coast and at this stage will maintain intensity as a Category two hurricane as it crosses the coastline before beginning to slowly weaken.


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