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.
The islands that make up the Bahamas are located southeast of Florida, in the Caribbean Sea, and are frequented by tourists who travel there by air and cruise ship. Despite the increased risk of major storms, cruise ships continue traveling to the area, even during the peak hurricane season. According to About.com, the chances of the Bahamas being hit by a hurricane are about 20 percent each year.Learn More
New Orleans, the Gulf Coast and the eastern coast of the United States are affected by the Atlantic hurricane season, which runs from June 1st through November 30th each year. Texas and Florida are the most hit. Activity typically peaks from late August through September, particularly around September 10th.Full Answer >
May through October is the rainy season for the Bahamas, although the islands have rainfall year round. The northern islands get more rain than the southern islands.Full Answer >
Hurricane season begins on June 1 and ends on Nov. 30 for Florida and the rest of the Atlantic coast. Hurricanes can form in May and into December, but most tropical activity occurs during the established season.Full Answer >
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.Full Answer >