Archives: Atlantic Hurricane Season

The Atlantic hurricane season runs each year from June 1 to November 30. Below are our recent posts on Atlantic hurricanes.

The Average Atlantic Hurricane Season is More Active Than Ever

Ed Oswald

If you thought the average Atlantic hurricane season these days seems a bit worse than years past, you might be right.

When is Hurricane Season Where You Live?

TWSE Explains

The National Hurricane Center says the Atlantic hurricane season officially begins on June 1 and runs through November 30. However, in reality, hurricanes can happen anytime from early May to late December.

What is a Hurricane Local Statement?

TWSE Explains

A hurricane local statement is an emergency message that provides critical information about a hurricane. Your local National Weather Service forecast office issues this product, including information about the storm's location, intensity, and expected impacts.

When is Hurricane Season in Florida?

TWSE Explains

You already know that hurricane season can be a big deal if you live in Florida, as it more tropical storms and hurricanes affect the state than any location in the US. But when is hurricane season in Florida, and when does it end?