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List of retired Atlantic hurricane names - Wikipedia


This is a cumulative list of previously used tropical cyclone (tropical storm and hurricane) names which have been indefinitely removed from reuse in the North  ...

Retired Atlantic Hurricane Names | Weather Underground


Any nation impacted by a severe hurricane can lobby the WMO to have the hurricane's name retired. From 1950 - 2011, 76 hurricanes had their names retired.

Retired Hurricane Names: The Most Notorious Atlantic Storms Since ...


Apr 26, 2016 ... Some Atlantic basin hurricanes have had their names retired. Just as no New York Yankee will ever again wear number 3 (Babe Ruth), nor will ...

Retired Atlantic hurricane names - USATODAY.com


Names of notable hurricanes are retired. When an outstanding athlete leaves the sports world, his jersey or number is often retired. Likewise, the largest and ...

Which Hurricane Names Have Been Retired? - Live Science


Aug 24, 2011 ... Nearly once a year a hurricane comes through that inflicts so much damage that its name must be retired.

Hurricane Names


Hurricane names for the current and future seasons are listed below. Particularly noteworthy (e.g. very deadly or very costly) hurricane names are retired. Prior to ...

Why Hurricane Patricia's Name May Be Retired


Oct 23, 2015 ... The World Meteorological Organization—which assigns names to storms to help prevent confusion from warnings for simultaneous weather ...

Retired Hurricane Names - Infoplease


When hurricanes are particularly destructive, their names are retired from the list of usable names. Any country affected by a particularly terrible storm can ...

Retired Hurricane Names (1954-Present) STORMFAX®


Stormfax® Retired Hurricane Names. ... Retired Atlantic Hurricane Names. 1954. Carol Hazel, 1955. Connie Diane Ione Janet, 1956, 1957. Audrey, 1958, 1959.

Complete Listing of Retired Hurricane Names


A list of hurricane names that have been retired. The list of retired hurricane names includes famous and deadly hurricanes from the past decades.

Many hurricane names have been retired over the years, most recently Igor and Tomas in 2010, and Irene in 2011. Use the links below to get all the details!
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Tropical Cyclone Naming History and Retired Names


Reason to Name Hurricanes. Experience shows that the use of short, distinctive names in written as well as spoken communications is quicker and less subject ...

Retired Atlantic Hurricane Storm Names | The Old Farmer's Almanac


Hurricane names retired due to destructiveness, including Katrina and other famous storm names.

Hurricane Names--Giving Tropical Storms and Hurricanes An Identity.


They used a rotating list of storm names over a six year cycle, and then recycle the list every six years unless, a storm or hurricane name is retired. As of the end  ...