Florida Hurricanes Occur Half As Often As They Did In The 19th Century

Florida hasn’t been hit by a hurricane in almost 8 years, the longest hurricane-free period on record. In the 19th century, Florida averaged about one hurricane per year – compared to one every other year now.

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HURDAT Re-analysis Chronological List of All Hurricanes

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2 Responses to Florida Hurricanes Occur Half As Often As They Did In The 19th Century

  1. Jeffk says:

    Now if we could only alter the shifting continental plates and stop the 20,000-yr interglacial cycle, sea levels would stop rising.

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