Texas-Florida “two step”

Is hurricane season still “active” in October?

That depends on where you live.

Along the Atlantic coast of the Carolinas or the Texas half of the Gulf:

The answer is “no,”

History books show that October storms steer clear of Texas.

The New York Times reports that since modern record keeping began, only one hurricane (Jerry 1989) struck the Texas coast after September.

The opposite is true for Florida:

October is our second most active hurricane month, but that probably only counts during “active” hurricane seasons.

That not being the case this year,

Chalk Florida up for a “no” too … at least so far …

(“knock on wood”).

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