List of retired Atlantic hurricane names

List of retired Atlantic hurricane names

List of retired Atlantic hurricane names - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

List of retired Atlantic hurricane names - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Notorious Retired Hurricane Names.  Never to be used again. Credit: Hurricane Floyd Courtesy of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, J. Jordan When a hurricane hits and causes substantial damage and loss of life, its name becomes retired from the rotating list of hurricane names, out of respect to those affected.

Notorious Retired Hurricane Names. Never to be used again. Credit: Hurricane Floyd Courtesy of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, J. Jordan When a hurricane hits and causes substantial damage and loss of life, its name becomes retired from the rotating list of hurricane names, out of respect to those affected.

Matthew and Otto retired as Atlantic hurricane names after the storms turned deadly, destructive in 2016

Matthew and Otto retired as Atlantic hurricane names after the storms turned deadly, destructive in 2016

2015 Hurricane Names: Hurricane Katrina, a retired hurricane name from 2005. NOAA

What Are the Hurricane and Tropical Storm Names for 2015?

2015 Hurricane Names: Hurricane Katrina, a retired hurricane name from 2005. NOAA

2012 Atlantic Hurricane Names. Also the history of naming storms and every name retired by year

2012 Atlantic Hurricane Names. Also the history of naming storms and every name retired by year

The World Meteorological Organization announced on March 27, that Matthew and Otto will be retired from the hurricane naming cycle.  Why are names retired?  Let's find out.

The World Meteorological Organization announced on March 27, that Matthew and Otto will be retired from the hurricane naming cycle. Why are names retired? Let's find out.

Hurricane Andrew Florida 1992 * this became the 5th costliest hurricane in US history after hurricanes Katrina, Wilma, and Ike, with the name Andrew retired from the hurricane names list in the spring of 1993.

Hurricane Andrew Florida 1992 * this became the 5th costliest hurricane in US history after hurricanes Katrina, Wilma, and Ike, with the name Andrew retired from the hurricane names list in the spring of 1993.

Hurricane names can be "retired" if a hurricane has been really big and destructive

Hurricane names can be “retired” if a hurricane has been really big and destructive

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