What is a Hurricane? Fort Lauderdale Weather and Information

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What is a Hurricane

Hurricane Season is around the corner, be prepared. The Mayan storm god was named Hunraken. A god considered evil by the Taino people of the Caribbean was called Huracan. Hurricanes may not be considered evil but they are one of nature’s most powerful storms. To Enlarge the Hurricane Chart Below, Just Click on it.

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Fort Lauderdale Facts and Information
Fort Lauderdale has a total area of thirty-six square miles which includes 4.3 square miles of water.  The wet season from May to October has average high temperatures in the high eighties fahrenheit and average low temperatures in the low seventies.  Many summer afternoons will experience a brief but heavy rainstorm.  The dry season from November to April has comfortable average highs in the upper seventies fahrentheit with average lows in the low sixties.  Occasional cold fronts can bring colder weather for a few days.  Hurricane season runs from June to November with the most intense activity occurring between August and October. 

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