Hurricane season in the Atlantic begins in June and ends at the end of November. Though, sometimes hurricanes can form before June and after November. Atlantic hurricanes occur most frequently between mid-August through October, with the peak of the hurricane season occurring in September. There are more hurricanes in the Atlantic because that's the only place they occur. A tropical cyclone in the Pacific or Indian ocean is called a typhoon. Otherwise, the storms are identical. There are actually far more tropical cyclones in the Pacific than in the Atlantic, mostly because the Pacific is much larger than the Atlantic. There is enough space for a typhoon to get going without much help. It can then blow right on through to the Indian Ocean. Atlantic hurricanes require assistance of the African easterly jet, so they only occur in northern summer. Pacific storms occur year round, and appear in both hemispheres; Atlantic hurricanes are (with one recorded exception) only in the northern hemisphere. I'm going to guess that you probably have the impression that Atlantic storms are more common because you live in North America. Pacific storms rarely affect the North American mainland. If you lived in eastern Asia or on the east coast of Africa, you'd have a different view. The above information is correct, except tropical cyclones that occur in the eastern Pacific Ocean (just off the west coast of Mexico) are also called Hurricanes.
in the southern most part of USA meaning Florida Louisiana etc.
Florida, the carrabian, Bermuda, and other places where the sea is at it's warmest.South-east of USA and the Trinidad & Tobago Islands.
as many as there can be
It depends what you class as a cyclone but heres a list Hurricanes - Near USA Typhones - Near China Tropical Storms - Near India Willies (yes that's what they'e called) - Near Australia.
hurricanes can only happen if the water is 70 meters deep and 29 degrees Celsius and there is a low pressure on the water. so hurricanes only happen in warm places like the USA and tropical islands and will probably never happen in places like Britain but usually after hurricane season in the USA the "leftovers" of a hurricane will come to Britain around September time which include high speed winds, heavy rain and storms.
Most accidents happen between the hours of 7am and 9am and 4pm and 6pm. This is when 76% of the accidents in the USA occur.
Hurricanes - 1993 Topper's Typo was released on: USA: 1996
Hurricanes - 1993 Balancing Act was released on: USA: 1996
Hurricanes - 1993 The Masked Matador was released on: USA: 1996
The Carolina Hurricanes play professional ice hockey. They are based in North Carolina, USA and play in the east conference of the NHL. They became the Carolina Hurricanes in 1997.
September is the month when the most hurricanes have hit the USA, with 104 landfalling hurricanes since 1851. On average, South Carolina experienced a land-falling hurricane roughly every seven years. Between 1851 and 2016, 8 hurricanes made landfall along the coast of South Carolina including three major hurricanes: Hurricane Hugo (1989), Hurricane Gracie (1959), and Hurricane Hazel (1954). During that time, 2 hurricanes hit in August, 3 in September, and 3 in October so it's tough to say which of those 3 months is most dangerous. The most recent to hit was Hurricane Matthew, which hit in October 2016.
Around 1 to 3 hurricanes hit the USA a year, but sometimes it can be up to 6.
Midwest region typically called tornado alley
Leukemia occurs mostly in the United States of America (USA).
Tornadoes can occur in the U.S. at any time but they are most common in the spring.
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The greatest number of tornadoes worldwide occur in the United States. Tornadoes occur frequently in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee, and Mississippi. They are a bit less frequent in the northern plains states and Ohio Valley. Every state in the USA has had tornadoes at some time.
Hurricanes Deadly Season - 2005 TV was released on: USA: 2 November 2005
Tornadoes often occur in the central part of the USA, or the Great Plains. They are most common in spring and early summer.
Hurricanes On the Brink - 2006 was released on: USA: 10 November 2006 (Asheville Film Festival) USA: 20 January 2007 (SF Ocean Film Festival)
Hurricanes - 1993 One Million Years F-C- was released on: USA: 1996
In Search of--- - 1976 Hurricanes 2-7 was released on: USA: 26 January 1978
Hurricane Alley is an area of warm water in the Atlantic Ocean stretching from the west coast of northern Africa to the east coast of Central America and Gulf Coast of the Southern United States. Many hurricanes form within this area. Depending on the prevailing winds, they usually make landfall on the East Coast. Exact paths vary.
Polio was very common in the USA until vaccines were developed in 1952 and early 1960s.