CHICAGO (WLS) -- Looking at data provided by NOAA, we can look at the average number of years between hurricanes making landfall within 50 miles of any one location.
The map above in the video clip shows the average number of years between hurricane landfalls at different locations across the Gulf Coast and the East Coast.
The video clip also shows the average number of years between major land falling hurricanes which are Cat. 3 hurricanes with winds greater than 110 mph.
When is the peak hurricane season?
How does a hurricane form?
Lightning safety tips
What is the difference between a funnel cloud and a tornado?
Which is worse: Watch or Warning?
How do tornadoes form?
What is a microburst?
What is an outflow boundary?
How often does a hurricane make landfall?
WEATHER: Like It or Not!
WEATHER: LIKE IT OR NOT
More TOP STORIES News