The 1992 Atlantic hurricane season started on June 1, 1992, and lasted until November 30, 1992. However storms can form outside these dates, for example, Subtropical Storm One formed on April 21. This season did not have very many storms, with only 3 depressions, 3 subtropical/tropical storms, 4 hurricanes, and 1 of the 4 become a major hurricane (category 3+).
This season was not very deadly, but it was very damaging. There was only 66 deaths, but there was $26 billion in damage, all of which caused by Hurricane Andrew. Hurricane Andrew was the most damaging hurricane seen in the Atlantic Ocean, until it's record was beat by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Subtropical Storm One started on April 21, more than a month before June 1, the start of hurricane season. It lasted only 3 days, before wind shear caused it to die. One was one of two storms in April, the other was Tropical Storm Ana in 2003.
Tropical Depression One was a short lived tropical depression. It started on June 25 and died on June 26, not long after striking Florida. This tropical depression killed 5 people and caused $2.6 million in damage.
Tropical Depression Two started on July 24. A wind gust near 40 mph made it seem like it would become a tropical storm, the National Hurricane Center did not call it a tropical storm because the pressure was at 1015, which is very high for a tropical storm. Two moved sharply northeast before it died two days later, July 26.
Hurricane Andrew was the strongest hurricane of the 1992 Atlantic hurricane season. It started on August 16 and later made two landfalls in Florida and one in Louisiana. Andrew caused nearly $26 billion in damage, this made it, at the time, the costliest hurricane in the United States. This damage amount was beaten by Hurricane Katrina.
Earl started on September 26 as a depression. This depression headed for Florida and became a tropical storm. It reversed course before making landfall in Florida. Tropical Storm Earl died on October 3.