Hurricane seasons similar to or like 2002 Atlantic hurricane season
Near-average Atlantic hurricane season. Wikipedia
Extremely active Atlantic hurricane season with tropical activity before and after the official bounds of the season—the first such occurrence since the 1954 season. The season produced 21 tropical cyclones, of which 16 developed into named storms; seven cyclones attained hurricane status, of which three reached major hurricane status. Wikipedia
Below-average season in terms of named storms, and an average season in terms of both hurricanes and major hurricanes. It produced nine tropical cyclones, eight named storms, the fewest since the 1997 Atlantic hurricane season, six hurricanes and two major hurricanes. Wikipedia
Sentences for2002 Atlantic hurricane season
- Subtropical storms were unnamed until 2002, as a result, the subtropical cyclone in April 1992 did not receive a name.
- Part of the same tropical wave that formed Tropical Depression Seven in the Atlantic basin organized into Tropical Depression Twelve-E on September 15.
- With the exception of two years in which El Niño conditions were prevalent (1997 and 2002), all hurricane seasons were individually above average.
- This was the same list used in the 2002 season, with the exceptions of Ike and Laura, which replaced Isidore and Lili, respectively.
- Overall, the season's activity was reflected with a cumulative accumulated cyclone energy (ACE) rating of 74, which is below the long-term average of 93, and the lowest since 2002.
- Five of the ten storms developed into hurricanes— the lowest number since 2002– only two attained major hurricane status, tying with 2002 for the fewest since 1997.
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