Tropical Storm and Hurricane Names for 2017

Names for Tropical Cyclones in the North Atlantic and Caribbean

201720182019202020212022
ArleneAlbertoAndreaArthurAnaAlex
BretBerylBarryBerthaBillBonnie
CindyChrisChantalCristobalClaudetteColin
DonDebbyDorianDollyDannyDanielle
EmilyErnestoErinEdouardElsaEarl
FranklinFlorenceFernandFayFredFiona
GertGordonGabrielleGonzaloGraceGaston
HarveyHeleneHumbertoHannaHenriHermine
IrmaIsaacImeldaIsaiasIdaIan
JoseJoyceJerryJosephineJulianJulia
KatiaKirkKarenKyleKateKarl
LeeLeslieLorenzoLauraLarryLisa
MariaMichaelMelissaMarcoMindyMartin
NateNadineNestorNanaNicholasNicole
OpheliaOscarOlgaOmarOdetteOwen
PhilippePattyPabloPaulettePeterPaula
RinaRafaelRebekahReneRoseRichard
SeanSaraSebastienSallySamShary
TammyTonyTanyaTeddyTeresaTobias
VinceValerieVanVickyVictorVirginie
WhitneyWilliamWendyWilfredWandaWalter

Names for Tropical Cyclones in the East Pacific

201720182019202020212022
AdrianAlettaAlvinAmandaAndresAgatha
BeatrizBudBarbaraBorisBlancaBlas
CalvinCarlottaCosmeCristinaCarlosCelia
DoraDanielDalilaDouglasDoloresDarby
EugeneEmiliaErickElidaEnriqueEstelle
FernandaFabioFlossieFaustoFeliciaFrank
GregGilmaGilGenevieveGuillermoGeorgette
HilaryHectorHenrietteHernanHildaHoward
IrwinIleanaIvoIselleIgnacioIvette
JovaJohnJulietteJulioJimenaJavier
KennethKristyKikoKarinaKevinKay
LidiaLaneLorenaLowellLindaLester
MaxMiriamMarioMarieMartyMadeline
NormaNormanNardaNorbertNoraNewton
OtisOliviaOctaveOdalysOlafOrlene
PilarPaulPriscillaPoloPamelaPaine
RamonRosaRaymondRachelRickRoslyn
SelmaSergioSoniaSimonSandraSeymour
ToddTaraTicoTrudyTerryTina
VeronicaVicenteVelmaVanceVivianVirgil
WileyWillaWallisWinnieWaldoWinifred
XinaXavierXinaXavierXinaXavier
YorkYolandaYorkYolandaYorkYolanda
ZeldaZekeZeldaZekeZeldaZeke

When Does Hurricane Season Begin?

  • In the North Atlantic and Caribbean, hurricane season basins begins on June 1.
  • In the East Pacific, hurricane season begins on May 15.

What is the Difference Between a Hurricane and Typhoon?

The only difference between a hurricane and a typhoon is the storm’s location relative to the International Dateline.  When a storm is east of the International Date Line, it is a hurricane; a storm west of the Date Line is a typhoon.  If a hurricane is moving west and crosses the Date Line, its nomenclature changes to typhoon; if the typhoon moves east and crosses the IDL, it becomes dubbed a hurricane.  Learn more and see examples of a hurricane vs. typhoon.

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