Yes, hurricanes are included but are limited by the atmospheric forcing. For the GOFS 3.1 analysis, the atmosphere is from a real-time nowcasting and forecasting product (NAVGEM), which may have the hurricane on the wrong track (e.g. the time of landfall may be wrong) and often has a weak representation of the storm. The Reanalysis has CFSR (v1 or v2) atmospheric forcing, which is itself a reanslysis and is also available hourly (vs 3hrly for NAVGEM), so it might have a better representation of hurricanes - although likely still not entirely correct. Generally, the best modeling of the effect of hurricanes on the ocean are done after the fact using a very high resolution atmosphere and sometimes with an idealized hurricane that fits the characteristics of the real hurricane better than can be done using actual observations of the atmosphere.