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When is Tornado Season and Hurricanes Season in the US?

Tornado season has no official bounds, but for the U.S. is generally considered to last from late March to early June. The U.S. is primarily affected by the Atlantic Hurricane (MORE)

When is hurricane season?

Officially it is June 1 through November 30 each year in the Atlantic Basin, and May 15 to November 30 in the Eastern Pacific. However, these dates are not all-inclusive. It's (MORE)

Why do you only have hurricanes during hurricane season?

Hurricanes can occur outside of the official hurricane season, but it is rare. Hurricanes need warm ocean water in order to form and in most cases the water is not warm enough (MORE)

When is the Atlantic hurricane season?

Hurricane season for the entire Atlantic Basin begins on June 1 and  ends November 30. They are most common in August in September, and  it is impossible to predict prior to (MORE)

What is the list of Atlantic hurricane names for 2007?

    2007 Atlantic Hurricane Name List       *Andrea   *Barry   *Chantal   *Dean   *Erin   *Felix   *Gabrielle   *Humberto   *Ingri (MORE)

Why do hurricanes have a season?

It is due to the heat of the sea and the formation of depressions or low pressure areas coming off the west coast of Africa and heading towards the Caribbean. In the same way (MORE)