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{{Infobox 2017 hurricane season

|first storm formed = May 28

|last storm dissipated = December 4

|strongest storm = Harvey - 890

mb, 185 mph

|total depressions = 21

|total storms = 19

|hurricanes = 11

|major hurricanes = 6

total damages = $112.3 billion (2015 USD)

|total fatalities = 4,126

The 2016 Atlantic hurricane season is a current event in the annual tropical cyclone season in the northern hemisphere. The season officially began on June 1, 2016, and ended on November 30, 2016. These dates historically describe the period each year when most tropical cyclones form in the Atlantic basin and are adopted by convention. However, the formation of tropical cyclones is possible at any time of the year.

Seasonal summary

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The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season was the most active hurricane season since the 2010 season

This season featured 21 total depressions, 19 named storms, 11 hurricanes and 6 major hurricanes, the most featured in one season since 2005.

The season started on May 28th with Tropical Storm Arlene and ended with Hurricane Tammy, dissipating on December 4th.

Throughout the hurricane season, five out of the eleven hurricanes made landfall on US soil, Hurricane Nate being the strongest to make landfall in the US.

In Mid-August, Hurricane Franklin"made landfall in Southwestern Florida as an 85 mph Hurricane, but surprisingly causing small damages

In Late-August, Hurricane Harvey"made landfall in Belize Belize as a 108 mph Hurricane. A few days later he made landfall near Mobile Alabama as a 123 mph hurricane, there was extensive damage but was quickly rebuilt

In Late-September, Hurricane Nate Made a head on landfall in downtown Fort Lauderdale FloridaFlorida with winds of 150 mph, then making a second landfall in LouisianaLouisiana as a category one, Nate ended up being costlier and deadlier than Katrina with 3,726 fatalities in total

In October, New England took a devastating blow from Hurricane Rina, making landfall in the New York New York New JerseyNew Jersey border as a 98 mph Category-1 on October 22nd

And Finally, Hurricane Tammy, the final storm of the season, dissipating on October 4th, ending the active 2017 Atlantic hurricane season

The season caused $112.3 billion (USD) in damage and killed 4,126 people, and the season is ranked as the single costliest and deadliest Atlantic hurricane season on record.

Seasonal summary

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The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season was the most active hurricane season since the 2010 season

This season featured 21 total depressions, 19 named storms, 11 hurricanes and 6 major hurricanes, the most featured in one season since 2005.

The season started on May 28th with Tropical Storm Arlene and ended with Hurricane Tammy, dissipating on December 4th.

Throughout the hurricane season, five out of the eleven hurricanes made landfall on US soil, Hurricane Nate being the strongest to make landfall in the US.

In Mid-August, Hurricane Franklin"made landfall in Southwestern Florida as an 85 mph Hurricane, but surprisingly causing small damages

In Late-August, Hurricane Harvey"made landfall in Belize Belize as a 108 mph Hurricane. A few days later he made landfall near Mobile Alabama as a 123 mph hurricane, there was extensive damage but was quickly rebuilt

In Late-September, Hurricane Nate Made a head on landfall in downtown Fort Lauderdale FloridaFlorida with winds of 150 mph, then making a second landfall in LouisianaLouisiana as a category one, Nate ended up being costlier and deadlier than Katrina with 3,726 fatalities in total

In October, New England took a devastating blow from Hurricane Rina, making landfall in the New York New York New JerseyNew Jersey border as a 98 mph Category-1 on October 22nd

And Finally, Hurricane Tammy, the final storm of the season, dissipating on October 4th, ending the active 2017 Atlantic hurricane season

The season caused $112.3 billion (USD) in damage and killed 4,126 people, and the season is ranked as the single costliest and deadliest Atlantic hurricane season on record.

Seasonal summary

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The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season was the most active hurricane season since the 2010 season

This season featured 21 total depressions, 19 named storms, 11 hurricanes and 6 major hurricanes, the most featured in one season since 2005.

The season started on May 28th with Tropical Storm Arlene and ended with Hurricane Tammy, dissipating on December 4th.

Throughout the hurricane season, five out of the eleven hurricanes made landfall on US soil, Hurricane Nate being the strongest to make landfall in the US.

In Mid-August, Hurricane Franklin"made landfall in Southwestern Florida as an 85 mph Hurricane, but surprisingly causing small damages

In Late-August, Hurricane Harvey"made landfall in Belize Belize as a 108 mph Hurricane. A few days later he made landfall near Mobile Alabama as a 123 mph hurricane, there was extensive damage but was quickly rebuilt

In Late-September, Hurricane Nate Made a head on landfall in downtown Fort Lauderdale FloridaFlorida with winds of 150 mph, then making a second landfall in LouisianaLouisiana as a category one, Nate ended up being costlier and deadlier than Katrina with 3,726 fatalities in total

In October, New England took a devastating blow from Hurricane Rina, making landfall in the New York New York New JerseyNew Jersey border as a 98 mph Category-1 on October 22nd

And Finally, Hurricane Tammy, the final storm of the season, dissipating on October 4th, ending the active 2017 Atlantic hurricane season

The season caused $112.3 billion (USD) in damage and killed 4,126 people, and the season is ranked as the single costliest and deadliest Atlantic hurricane season on record.

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