The name Florence has been used for nine tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean, and five tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, making it the most used storm name. It was used in the Pacific before the formal naming system was instituted, and then with the old four-year lists. In the Atlantic, "Florence" was added to the new lists created in 1979. After the 2007 season, it is the only "F" name that was on the lists during the first use.
- Hurricane Florence (1953) – destroyed hundreds of homes in Florida, no deaths.
- Hurricane Florence (1954) – killed 5 and caused $1.5 million in damage in Mexico
- Tropical Storm Florence (1960) – caused slight damage to Florida.
- Tropical Storm Florence (1964) – passed west over the Azores while forming, went north, died at sea.
- Hurricane Florence (1988) – formed in western Gulf of Mexico, passing over New Orleans and Lake Pontchartrain
- Hurricane Florence (1994) – absorbed by a cold front without threatening land.
- Hurricane Florence (2000) – meandered near Bermuda but caused no damage.
- Hurricane Florence (2006) – struck Bermuda and later Newfoundland
- Tropical Storm Florence (2012) – formed near the Cape Verde Islands
- Hurricane Florence (1963)
- Tropical Storm Florence (1965)
- Tropical Storm Florence (1969)
- Hurricane Florence (1973)
- Hurricane Florence (1977)
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