Tropical Storm and Hurricane Names

2019 Storm Names for the North Atlantic and Caribbean

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AndreaArthurAnaAlexArleneAlberto
BarryBerthaBillBonnieBretBeryl
ChantalCristobalClaudetteColinCindyChris
DorianDollyDannyDanielleDonDebby
ErinEdouardElsaEarlEmilyErnesto
FernandFayFredFionaFranklinFrancine
GabrielleGonzaloGraceGastonGertGordon
HumbertoHannaHenriHermineHaroldHelene
ImeldaIsaiasIdaIanIdaliaIsaac
JerryJosephineJulianJuliaJoseJoyce
KarenKyleKateKarlKatiaKirk
LorenzoLauraLarryLisaLeeLeslie
MelissaMarcoMindyMartinMargotMilton
NestorNanaNicholasNicoleNigelNadine
OlgaOmarOdetteOwenOpheliaOscar
PabloPaulettePeterPaulaPhilippePatty
RebekahReneRoseRichardRinaRafael
SebastienSallySamSharySeanSara
TanyaTeddyTeresaTobiasTammyTony
VanVickyVictorVirginieVinceValerie
WendyWilfredWandaWalterWhitneyWilliam

2019 Names for Tropical Cyclones in the East Pacific

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AlvinAmandaAndresAgathaAdrianAletta
BarbaraBorisBlancaBlasBeatrizBud
CosmeCristinaCarlosCeliaCalvinCarlotta
DalilaDouglasDoloresDarbyDoraDaniel
ErickElidaEnriqueEstelleEugeneEmilia
FlossieFaustoFeliciaFrankFernandaFabio
GilGenevieveGuillermoGeorgetteGregGilma
HenrietteHernanHildaHowardHilaryHector
IvoIselleIgnacioIvetteIrwinIleana
JulietteJulioJimenaJavierJovaJohn
KikoKarinaKevinKayKennethKristy
LorenaLowellLindaLesterLidiaLane
MarioMarieMartyMadelineMaxMiriam
NardaNorbertNoraNewtonNormaNorman
OctaveOdalysOlafOrleneOtisOlivia
PriscillaPoloPamelaPainePilarPaul
RaymondRachelRickRoslynRamonRosa
SoniaSimonSandraSeymourSelmaSergio
TicoTrudyTerryTinaToddTara
VelmaVanceVivianVirgilVeronicaVicente
WallisWinnieWaldoWinifredWileyWilla
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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