A state of extreme intoxication stemming from copious use of cannabis that may last from anywhere from several hours to multiple decades depending on the severity (force) of the season.

sourced from the 2008 motion picture "Pineapple Express".
"Hey friend, if you think that you are high now, just wait, because hurricane season has only begun."

"I thought hurricane season was ovah!" --James Franco (Pineapple Express)
by chicagobowlz August 15, 2010
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The pompous attitude of a Large black female.
latrice: "I thought Hurricane Season was ovahh!"

shondrell: "that's wha I said to my first ex huband!"
by IronLion27 August 27, 2011
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A term originating in Buffalo, New York. Slang for the high level of intoxication caused by Hurricane 40oz Malt Liquor
Jimmy: Yo what's the plan for tonight
Matt: Hurricane season bud, category 9
by iamamexican April 4, 2016
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Bullshit Hurricane Season occurs in the United States from about mid-summer until election day every year. Every four years there is a marked increase in the severity of Bullshit Hurricane Season, this event coincides with the Presidential Elections. Bullshit Hurricane Season consists of:
-Mud-slinging political television ads which pile up the bullshit higher and deeper each day.
-Debates that include insults and character attacks
-Talking heads on TV and radio "personalities" who dissect and examine every piece of irrelevant minutiae
We are in the middle of Bullshit Hurricane Season so I will not be watching TV until the second week of November. I will be watching DVDs instead.
by kajoe August 28, 2008
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The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season is an ongoing tropical cyclone season which is the most active Atlantic hurricane season on record. It has featured tropical cyclone formation at a record-breaking rate. So far, there have been a total of 31 tropical or subtropical cyclones, 30 named storms, 12 hurricanes, and 5 major hurricanes. It is also only the second tropical cyclone season to feature the Greek letter storm naming system, along with the 2005 season. Of the 30 named storms, 12 made landfall in the contiguous United States, breaking the record of nine set in 1916. This season featured six U.S. landfalling hurricanes, tying with 1886 and 1985 for the most in one season. In addition, the season is the first to see seven named tropical cyclones make landfall in the continental United States before September. During the season, 27 tropical storms have broken the record for the earliest formation by storm number. It has been the fifth consecutive above-average season, from 2016 onward. This unprecedented activity has been fueled by an ongoing La Niña.
by BillClintonGaming November 13, 2020
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