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What month are hurricanes the worst in Florida?

What month does Florida have the most hurricanes? While hurricanes can happen at any point during hurricane season, mid-August through late October is the most likely time for a hurricane to make landfall in Florida. The official peak of hurricane season is September 10.

What month does Florida have the most hurricanes? While hurricanes can happen at any point during hurricane season, mid-August through late October is the most likely time for a hurricane to make landfall in Florida. The official peak of hurricane season is September 10.

What month does Florida have the most hurricanes? While hurricanes can happen at any point during hurricane season, mid-August through late October is the most likely time for a hurricane to make landfall in Florida. The official peak of hurricane season is September 10.

What month does Florida have the most hurricanes? While hurricanes can happen at any point during hurricane season, mid-August through late October is the most likely time for a hurricane to make landfall in Florida. The official peak of hurricane season is September 10.

A Look Back At Some Of Florida's Most Destructive September Hurricanes

Many of the worst hurricanes in history to hit the Florida coastline have done so in September. According to the National Hurricane Center, September is the peak month of storm season, with storms historically increasing in frequency until a peak on September 10.

A Look Back At Some Of Florida's Most Destructive September Hurricanes

What month does Florida have the most hurricanes? While hurricanes can happen at any point during hurricane season, mid-August through late October is the most likely time for a hurricane to make landfall in Florida. The official peak of hurricane season is September 10.Aug 8, 2022

Read below for our list of 10 worst hurricanes to hit Florida. Since Hurricane data started being recorded in 1851, Florida averages tropical cyclonic activity about once per year. There have been 97 major hurricanes since then, 88% of which have hit either Florida or Texas.

Read below for our list of 10 worst hurricanes to hit Florida. Since Hurricane data started being recorded in 1851, Florida averages tropical cyclonic activity about once per year. There have been 97 major hurricanes since then, 88% of which have hit either Florida or Texas.

5 Most And Least Hurricane

The following four regions are the most hurricane-prone and least hurricane-prone areas in Florida.
  1. Northwest Florida: 66 total hurricanes.
  2. Southwest Florida: 49 total hurricanes.
  3. Southeast Florida: 49 total hurricanes.

5 Most And Least Hurricane

The following four regions are the most hurricane-prone and least hurricane-prone areas in Florida.
  1. Northwest Florida: 66 total hurricanes.
  2. Southwest Florida: 49 total hurricanes.
  3. Southeast Florida: 49 total hurricanes.

The following four regions are the most hurricane-prone and least hurricane-prone areas in Florida.
  1. Northwest Florida: 66 total hurricanes.
  2. Southwest Florida: 49 total hurricanes.
  3. Southeast Florida: 49 total hurricanes.

The Worst Places In Florida For Hurricanes – Ranked!
Southeast Florida (Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach) Key West And The Florida Keys. Southwest Florida (Fort Myers-Naples) West Florida (Tampa-St. Central Florida Atlantic Coast (Melbourne-Cocoa Beach) Florida Panhandle (Pensacola-Panama City)

The Worst Places In Florida For Hurricanes Ranked!

The Worst Places In Florida For Hurricanes – Ranked!
Southeast Florida (Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach) Key West And The Florida Keys. Southwest Florida (Fort Myers-Naples) West Florida (Tampa-St. Central Florida Atlantic Coast (Melbourne-Cocoa Beach) Florida Panhandle (Pensacola-Panama City)

The Worst Places In Florida For Hurricanes   Ranked!

The Worst Places In Florida For Hurricanes – Ranked!
Southeast Florida (Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach) Key West And The Florida Keys. Southwest Florida (Fort Myers-Naples) West Florida (Tampa-St. Central Florida Atlantic Coast (Melbourne-Cocoa Beach) Florida Panhandle (Pensacola-Panama City)

The Most Hurricane-Prone Areas in Florida
Northwest Florida: 66 total hurricanes. (including 14 that were a Category 3 through 5) Southwest Florida: 49 total hurricanes. Southeast Florida: 49 total hurricanes. Northeast Florida: 26 total hurricanes. Inland Florida (Closer to North Florida)