Where do most hurricanes mostly occur in the United States?
Hurricanes most occur in the US in the SE region, mainly in
the eastern part of America or the Atlantic coast
No, hurricanes are formed in the ocean. Clarification: While hurricanes themselves do not occur in the desert, remains of such storms are occasional visitors to the southwest desert states of the United States bringing torrential rains that can sometimes last for days. These have been known to cause severe flooding.
Mostly in the south but they can happen pretty much anywhere if the weather is right. But mostly in Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Mississippi, Louisiana. Tornadoes can occur in the southern coastal region as a result of hurricanes that have hit shore and the weather continues to progress northward.
Cyclones are a broad category of storm systems that include hurricanes and typhoons and occur at all times of storm. Hurricanes and typhoons are essentially the same kind of storm only caller hurricanes in the north Atlantic and northeast Pacific and are called typhoons in the northwest Pacific Ocean. North Atlantic hurricanes mostly occur in June-November. Northeast Pacific hurricanes mostly occur May-November. Typhoons typically occur April-January. Tornadoes are most common in the months of April-June