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South Florida hurricanes strike most often in October. By Brian McNoldy, senior research associate at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science.

Will 3-year hurricane streak be snapped this October -- or extended to 4 years?

October is too early for Christmas sales, songs and decorations. And it should be too late in most places for summer weather, summer wear, and summer hurricanes, right?

While the flip flops certainly should be flipped, hurricane season is far from over. Several of the most deadly, destructive hurricanes have struck the United States in October, including Hurricane Michael last year, which has its one-year anniversary on Oct. 10.

“Michael and Sandy are the two poster children of October hurricanes,” said AccuWeather Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski.  

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