The data is faulty due to not having accurate forms for tracking hurricanes prior to satellite technology, but according to NOAA, there have been an average of 17.7 hurricanes (6 major ones) per decade during the last 150 years or so. That’s about 1 3/4 a year with one major hurricane roughly every 2 years. It’s likely that climate change will dramatically effect hurricane and typhoon activity, creating more intense (but possibly fewer) storms as the surfaces of tropical seas rise in temperature.
the average amount of hurricanes verge from 16-18 every two years
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