Hurricane names for the North Atlantic Ocean


Hurricane names for the North Atlantic Ocean

Table
Hurricane names for the North Atlantic Ocean*
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
Arlene Alberto Andrea Arthur Ana Alex
Bret Beryl Barry Bertha Bill Bonnie
Cindy Chris Chantal Cristobal Claudette Colin
Dennis Debby Dean Dolly Danny Danielle
Emily Ernesto Erin Edouard Erika Earl
Franklin Florence Felix Fay Fred Fiona
Gert Gordon Gabrielle Gustav Grace Gaston
Harvey Helene Humberto Hanna Henri Hermine
Irene Isaac Ingrid Ike Ida Igor
Jose Joyce Jerry Josephine Joaquin Julia
Katrina Kirk Karen Kyle Kate Karl
Lee Leslie Lorenzo Laura Larry Lisa
Maria Michael Melissa Marco Mindy Matthew
Nate Nadine Noel Nana Nicholas Nicole
Ophelia Oscar Olga Omar Odette Otto
Philippe Patty Pablo Paloma Peter Paula
Rita Rafael Rebekah Rene Rose Richard
Stan Sandy Sebastien Sally Sam Shary
Tammy Tony Tanya Teddy Teresa Tomas
Vince Valerie Van Vicky Victor Virginie
Wilma William Wendy Wilfred Wanda Walter
*Names are applied in alphabetical order each year. Lists are recycled every six years—names from 2005 reused in 2011 and so on. Names can be retired if used once for exceptional hurricanes.
Source: U.S. National Weather Service, National Hurricane Center.
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