Florida hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 31. The dates indicate hurricane season for land that touches the Atlantic Ocean. The Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea are included in this time frame as well.
The most significant and violent hurricane in Florida history is the Labor Day Hurricane of 1935. The Hurricane ripped through the Florida Keys, a chain of islands located south of the Sunshine State's mainland. Not only is this the most significant hurricane to hit the state of Florida, the Labor Day Hurricane of 1935 is considered the most devastating hurricane in history to strike the United States to date.Learn More
On the Atlantic Ocean side of Mexico, hurricane season lasts from June 1 to Nov. 30. The official hurricane season on the Pacific Ocean side of Mexico begins on May 15 and also ends on Nov. 30.Full Answer >
Hurricane season in the Bahamas officially begins on June 1st each year and runs to November 30th. According to the Embassy of the United States, the peak season usually occurs in August, September and early October.Full Answer >
The season for Dungeness crab runs from approximately November through June. A region's local department of wildlife and fishing regulates several aspects of the season, sets guidelines on fishing and requires reports to be made each season.Full Answer >
Hurricane season in Hawaii is from June through November. Hurricanes, however, are a rare occurrence in Hawaii. As of September of 2014, the last time a Category 4 hurricane hit Hawaii was Hurricane Iniki in 1992.Full Answer >