The largest hurricane on record was Hurricane John in 1994, measuring 1,400 miles (2,250 km) in diameter and lasting 31 days.

Hurricanes can disrupt marine ecosystems and impact ocean life.

Hurricanes are named using both male and female names since 1979.

The eye of a hurricane is calm and can have clear skies.

.Hurricanes can reach altitudes of up to 60,000 feet (18,000 meters) in the atmosphere.

Hurricanes can cause a slight change in the Earth's rotation due to mass redistribution.

Hurricanes are called typhoons in the Northwest Pacific and cyclones in the South Pacific and Indian Ocean.

Green Sky: Hurricanes can turn the sky an eerie green, indicating a potential tornado.

Name Retirement

Deadly or costly hurricane names, like Katrina, are retired to avoid confusion.

Space Hurricanes:-

“Space hurricanes," swirling plasma storms, occur in Earth's upper atmosphere.