They aren't. A hurricane's name is retired if the storm is particularly deadly or destructive. Some years there are no hurricanes with a significant enough impact for their names to be retired. Most seasons, though, have enough storms that chances are at least one will have a severe impact somewhere.
no since hurricanes only happen in the Atlantic ocean but Dubai can experience a rare severe cyclonic storm that originates from the Arabian Sea.
Earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, and tornadoes are all severe. It just depends on how strong they are and where they occur.
hurricanes and tsunamis
thunderstorms,hurricanes,and a tornado
Yes, they do, but there they are called cyclones or severe tropical cyclones rather than hurricanes.
The names of hurricanes are re-used every 6 years unless they are retired. Names of particularly severe and/or damaging hurricanes are not re-used. The decision whether to remove a name is made yearly at an annual session of the Hurricane Committee. When a name is retired/removed from the list, a new name starting with the same letter is chosen to add to the list in its place.
yes a tornado in a storm. A severe one.
Hurricanes hit often
They do, only they're not called hurricanes there. They are called cyclone or very severe tropical cyclones.
Hurricanes can cause severe coastl and inland flooding, tornadoes, landslides, and disease outbreaks.