Hurricane seasons similar to or like 2002 Atlantic hurricane season

Near-average Atlantic hurricane season. Wikipedia

  • 2008 Atlantic hurricane season

    The most destructive Atlantic hurricane season since 2005, causing over 1,000 deaths and nearly $50 billion in damage. The season ranked as the third costliest ever at the time, but has since fallen to seventh costliest. Wikipedia

  • 2003 Atlantic hurricane season

    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

  • 2014 Atlantic hurricane season

    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

  • 2007 Atlantic hurricane season

    Slightly above-average Atlantic hurricane season, featuring many weak and short-lived storms. The first season to feature more than one Category 5 landfalling hurricane, a feat that would not be matched until ten years later. Wikipedia

  • 2012 Atlantic hurricane season

    The final year in a consecutive string of three very active seasons, although many of the storms were weak and short-lived. Tied with 1887, 1995, 2010, and 2011 for the fourth-most active Atlantic hurricane season on record, with 19 tropical storms. Wikipedia

  • 1995 Atlantic hurricane season

    Tied with 1887, 2010, 2011, and 2012 for the fourth-most active Atlantic hurricane season on record, with 19 tropical storms. Also considered to be the start of an ongoing era of high-activity tropical cyclone formation. Wikipedia


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