There have been hurricanes that have indeed hit California but they rarely hit the coast over there. Most hurricanes are located by the Gulf of Mexico and by the East Coast.
California has had many earthquakes, but no recorded hurricanes.
Seven Hurricanes hit the U.S. in 2005.
33 tropical storms and hurricanes have hit Belize.
Around 3000 hurricanes have hit America. Anywho Bye
Zero (0) hurricanes hit the US in 2009.
as many as there can be
There were 7 Atlantic hurricanes in 2011.
Typically most Atlantic hurricanes hit the United States before they move to the coastal regions of Canada. There have been 19 hurricanes that hit Canada in history.
In the United States, there are an average of 5 to 6 hurricanes that hit annually. Many of the hurricanes are lowered to tropical storms.
So far California has yet to be hit by an actual hurricane. It occasionally gets hurricane remnants, but only once every few years.
Based on current records, none so far.
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No. In fact as far back as records go California has never been hit by an actual hurricane, though occasionally the remnants of a hurricane have affected the state. There is a cold ocean current off the coast of California that prevents hurricanes from forming and will cause any hurricane that enters the area to degenerate.