What is the name of the earliest Hurricane to strike the US during any given season?
The earliest hurricane to strike the U.S. was Alma in northwest Florida on June 9, 1966.
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 the season where a hurricane will strike. Tropical storms have occurred in the Atlantic in every month of the year. The "season" is only defined as the period (spring to autumn) when they are most likely. Hurricane season on the Caribbean lasts from late…
Historically, hurricanes strike the BVI approximately once every 15 years. Hurricane Hugo struck the BVI in 1989, and it was the first for over 70 years. However, during the 1990s, several hurricanes struck the islands. The last hurricane strike was in 1999, when hurricanes Jose and Lenny (both category 1) both struck the islands.
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