Art (i.e. luck) of staying hurricane free

Alma (Jun 1966) was the earliest,

And Kate (Nov 1985) was among the latest.

JupiterCape SableKey WestKey WestKey WestPensacolaApalachicolaPensacolaKeysOff Ft WaltonKey WestSt PetePanama CityNaplesSarasota 1926 Nassua Hurricane, Jupiter1926 Miami Hurricane, MiamiKeysStuart1928 Okeechobee Hurricane, Palm BeachMarathonJupiterOff the KeysJupiterKeysLabor Day Hurricane of '28, KeysOff MiamiMiamiFt WaltonFt PierceMiamiSarasotaSarasotaCape SableCedar KeyHomestead1947 Ft Lauderdale Hurricane, Pompano BeachKey WestKey WestPalm BeachBaker, PensacolaEasy, Tarpon Springs

King, MiamiFlorence, Panama CityFlossy, Ft WaltonDonna, KeysCleo, MiamiBetsy, MiamiDora, St AugustineInez, Upper KeysIsbell, NaplesGladys, Cedar KeyAlma, Alligator PointAgnes, Port St JoeEloise, Ft WaltonDavid, JupiterFrederic, West of PensacolaElena, Off Port St JoeKate,Port St JoeFloyd, Key WestEarl, Panama CityErin, MelbourneDanny, PensacolaAndrew, MiamiGordon, Off Cedar KeyGeorges, Key WestOpal, NicevilleIrene, Cape SableDennis, PensacolaCharley, Punta GordaKatrina, MiamiFrancis, StuartJeanne, StuartWilma, Naples

It’s now been nine straight years
since a hurricane-strength storm 
made landfall on Florida soil.

August, September and October that form the peak.

And this year for the 9th year in a row Florida got none.

That’s the longest such stretch in modern hurricane history.

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