Hurricane season happens every year in Sarasota. This means residents of the city and visitors have to pay attention to hurricane season every single year.
According to an article by Homefacts, states that the city has had 86 hurricanes recorded since 1930. And according to Hurricane City, the Sarasota area is affected by a hurricane or tropical storm every 2.14 years. And it is affected by a major hurricane has hit about every 9.38 years.
Most recently, in 2022 the city was affected by Hurricane Ian. This category 4 hurricane caused a considerable amount of damage both to the city of Sarasota and the rest of the Southwest Florida region.
In turn, hurricane season is a legitimate concern every year in this area. So if you live in the area or are planning on visiting it it is important to understand when it takes place. This will help you prepare your family and home well before any storm approaches.
When is Hurricane Season in Sarasota
Below we detail when hurricane season takes place, and answer some frequently asked questions.
Hurricane season in Sarasota happens every year from June 1st to November 30th.
Yes. Storms have the potential to form in May before the official start of the season.
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, “the peak of the Atlantic Hurricane Season is September 10, with most activity occurring between Mid-August and mid-October.”
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