Now that Hurricanes are defined per country, make it depend on temperature

Even at minimal temperature, some countries are going to have hurricanes of course. However, weather patterns have become more and more extremes, and tornadoes and hurricanes alike move farther away from the equator than they used to. Therefore, high temperatures should be enough to tip some (not all) countries over the edge so Hurricanes may suddenly happen there when they normally wouldn’t.
And even for countries that already get them, frequency and severity should depend on temperature.
Furthermore, other countries may not get hurricanes, but they could have other climate-related disasters such as droughts and forest fires.