Decade of hurricane seasons saw 7-year streak of early starts, Greek alphabet & January storms (2023)

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2012 hurricane season

The 2012 Atlantic hurricane season kicked off May 19 with Tropical Storm Alberto. (More on another Tropical Storm Alberto below.)

There were 19 named storms, and 10 of those strengthened into hurricanes: Hurricane Chris, Hurricane Ernesto, Hurricane Gordon, Hurricane Isaac, Hurricane Kirk, Hurricane Leslie, Hurricane Michael, Hurricane Nadine, Hurricane Rafael, and Hurricane Sandy.

There were two major hurricanes in 2012, including Hurricane Michael, a category 3; and Hurricane Sandy, a Category 3. (Scroll down for info about the Category 5 Hurricane Michael.)

In 2012, Hurricane Sandy, aka Super Storm Sandy, was the season's deadliest Atlantic storm, causing almost $68 billion in damage, with 286 deaths attributed to the storm. Sandy was officially retired from the hurricane names list for the deaths and destruction it caused.

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2013 hurricane season

The 2013 Atlantic hurricane season did not start early. The first system that formed was Tropical Storm Andrea on June 5, 2013. Of the 14 named storms, two strengthened into hurricane status. There were no major hurricanes − a Category 3 or more − for 2013. However, that year was an active season, with total damage estimated to be about $1.5 billion and 56 deaths attributed to the storms that year.

2014 hurricane season

While this story is a roundup of when hurricane season started early, the 2014 Atlantic hurricane season didn't see a system form until July 1, a month after the official start. Of the eight named storms, six reached hurricane status, and two were considered major. The major hurricanes of 2014 were Hurricane Edouard, a Category 3, and Hurricane Gonzalo, a Category 4. Total damages from the 2014 hurricane season estimated to be about $372 million with 21 deaths attributed to the storms that year.

2015 hurricane season

The 2015 Atlantic hurricane season (officially) kicked off May 8 with Tropical Storm Ana. The previous day, Ana had formed as a subtropical storm. Tropical Storm Ana made landfall May 10 near Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. According to the Weather Channel, Tropical Storm Ana was the second earliest U.S. tropical cyclone landfall on record, with the first an unnamed tropical storm in February 1952 in Southern Florida. (More on another Tropical Storm Ana below.)

There were 11 named storms and one tropical depression. Four of those named storms strengthened into hurricanes: Hurricane Danny, Hurricane Fred, Hurricane Joaquin and Hurricane Kate.

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2016 Atlantic hurricane season

The 2016 Atlantic hurricane season kicked off Jan. 12 with Hurricane Alex. According to the Weather Channel, Alex was the second Atlantic hurricane on record to start in January (Hurricane Alice formed on New Year's Eve 1954).

There were 15 named storms in 2016. Seven of those storms strengthened into hurricanes: Hurricane Alex, Hurricane Earl, Hurricane Gaston, Hurricane Hermine, Hurricane Matthew, Hurricane Nicole and Hurricane Otto. Fun fact: Hurricane Otto formed on a holiday, Thanksgiving 2016.

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There were four major hurricanes of 2016: Hurricane Gaston, a Category 3; Hurricane Matthew, a Category 4; Hurricane Nicole, a Category 4; and Hurricane Otto, a Category 3. Hurricane Matthew devastated Haiti, with the death toll there at 546. At least 603 deaths were attributed to Hurricane Matthew. In Florida, Matthew left its mark in the First Coast and the Space Coast, causing at least $16.5 billion in damage.

In 2016, Hurricane Matthew, the season's deadliest Atlantic storm, was officially retired from the hurricane names list.

2017 Atlantic hurricane season

The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season kicked off April 19 with Tropical Storm Arlene.

There were 17 named storms in 2017. Ten of those storms strengthened into hurricanes: Hurricane Franklin, Hurricane Gert, Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Jose, Hurricane Katia, Hurricane Lee, Hurricane Maria, Hurricane Nate and Hurricane Ophelia.

The major hurricanes of 2017 were Hurricane Harvey as a category 4, Hurricane Irma as a category 5, Hurricane Jose as a category 4, Hurricane Maria as a category 5 and Hurricane Nate as a category 1 (at least 50 deaths were attributed to Nate).

In 2017, four storm names were retired from the hurricane names list because of the deaths and devastation caused: Harvey, Irma, Maria and Nate.

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2018 Atlantic hurricane season

The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season kicked off May 25 with Tropical Storm Alberto (for a recap on Tropical Storm Alberto of 2012, scroll up).

There were 15 named storms in 2018. Eight of those storms strengthened into hurricanes: Hurricane Beryl, Hurricane Chris, Hurricane Florence, Hurricane Helene, Hurricane Isaac, Hurricane Leslie, Hurricane Michael and Hurricane Oscar.

The major hurricanes of 2018 were Hurricane Michael, which made landfall in Mexico Beach as a category 5, and caused about $25 billion in damage. At least 64 deaths were attributed to Hurricane Michael. Hurricane Florence, which devastated parts of North Carolina and South Carolina as a category 4, caused $24 billion in damage. At least 54 deaths were attributed to Hurricane Florence.

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In 2018, two storm names were retired from the hurricane names list because of the deaths and devastation caused: Florence and Michael.

2019 Atlantic hurricane season

The 2019 Atlantic hurricane season kicked off May 20 with Subtropical Storm Andrea.

There were 18 named storms in 2019. Six of those storms strengthened into hurricanes: Hurricane Barry, Hurricane Dorian, Hurricane Humberto, Hurricane Jerry, Hurricane Lorenzo and Hurricane Pablo.

The major hurricanes of 2019 were Hurricane Dorian, a category 5; Hurricane Humberto, a category 3; and Hurricane Lorenzo, a category 5. At least 70 deaths were attributed to Hurricane Dorian, which caused about $3.4 billion in damage.

2020 hurricane season

The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season was one active season. Not only did it break records with the number of storms during the season with 31 tropical depressions, but the world was also transformed by the coronavirus pandemic. There were so many systems, the Greek alphabet had to be used to name storms. From the Greek Alphabet, 2020 saw Subtropical Storm Alpha, Tropical Storm Beta, Hurricane Gamma, Hurricane Delta, Hurricane Epsilon, Hurricane Zeta, Tropical Storm Theta and Hurricane Iota. However, after the 2020 hurricane season, the use of the Greek alphabet for hurricane names was retired. The only other year the Greek alphabet was used during hurricane season was 2005.

The 2020 hurricane season kicked off May 16 with Tropical Storm Arthur.

There were 30 named storms in 2020, and 14 of those storms strengthened into hurricanes: Hurricane Hanna, Hurricane Isaias, Hurricane Laura, Hurricane Marco, Hurricane Nana, Hurricane Paulette, Hurricane Sally, Hurricane Teddy, Hurricane Gamma, Hurricane Delta, Hurricane Zeta, Hurricane Eta and Hurricane Iota.

There were seven major hurricanes of 2020 including Hurricane Laura, a Category 4; Hurricane Teddy, a Category 4; Hurricane Delta, a Category 4; Hurricane Epsilon, a Category 3; Hurricane Zeta, a Category 3; Hurricane Eta, a Category 4; and Hurricane Iota, a Category 4.

In 2020, three storm names were retired from the hurricane names list because of the deaths and devastation caused: Laura, Eta and Iota. Of course, the Greek names would permanently be retired from hurricane name lists after 2020.

2021 Atlantic hurricane season

The 2021 Atlantic hurricane season kicked off May 22 with Tropical Storm Ana. Coincidentally, this is the second time an Atlantic hurricane season started with the name Ana, and it's the second time a hurricane season started before June 1. The 2015 Atlantic hurricane season kicked off May 8 with Tropical Storm Ana (scroll above for a recap).

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There were 21 named storms in 2021. Seven of those storms strengthened into hurricanes: Hurricane Elsa, Hurricane Grace, Hurricane Henri, Hurricane Ida, Hurricane Larry, Hurricane Nicholas and Hurricane Sam.

There were four major hurricanes of 2021 including Hurricane Grace, a Category 3; Hurricane Ida, a Category 4; Hurricane Larry, a Category 3; and Hurricane Sam, a Category 4. Hurricane Ida made landfall near Port Fourchon, Louisiana, causing extensive damage totaling about $55 billion for that state. The remnants of Hurricane Ida spawned several destructive tornadoes in New Jersey and New York. At least $75 billion in damage and 87 deaths were attributed to Hurricane Ida.

In 2021, only one storm name was retired from the hurricane names list because of the deaths and devastation caused: Ida.

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2022 Atlantic hurricane season

The 2022 Atlantic hurricane season did not start before June 1. So the streak of "early start to hurricane seasons" lasted for seven years, from 2015 to 2022. However, the 2022 hurricane season did start June 5 with Tropical Storm Alex (see above for a recap on Hurricane Alex of 2016). Fun fact: Hurricane Lisa, a category 1, formed on Oct. 31, 2022, aka Halloween.

There were 14 named storms in 2022. Eight of those storms strengthened into hurricanes: Hurricane Danielle, Hurricane Earl, Hurricane Fiona, Hurricane Ian, Hurricane Julia, Hurricane Lisa, Hurricane Martin and Hurricane Nicole.

The major hurricanes of 2022 were Hurricane Fiona, a category 4, and Hurricane Ian, a category 5.

In 2022, only one storm name was retired from the hurricane names list because of the deaths and devastation caused: Ian.

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When was Greek alphabet used for hurricanes? ›

The naming convention we are used to began in the mid-1900s and since then, there has only been ONE year that the Greek alphabet has had to be used: 2005. That was the year, the Atlantic Basin broke records with 28 systems including hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma (all Category 5 hurricanes).

Are hurricanes named in alphabetical order? ›

A: The World Meteorological Organization selects names for hurricanes several years in advance, alternating between male and female names in alphabetical order.

What year saw the greatest number of hurricanes formed during the storm season? ›

On average, 10.1 named storms occur each season, with an average of 5.9 becoming hurricanes and 2.5 becoming major hurricanes, Category 3 or higher on the Saffir–Simpson scale. The most active season on record was 2020, during which 30 named tropical cyclones formed.

What are the earliest records of hurricanes? ›

Hurricanes: Science and Society: 1502- Columbus' First Hurricane. During Christopher's Columbus fourth and final voyage to the “New World”, the explorer experienced his first hurricane. He encountered the storm off the coast of Hispaniola (present-day Dominican Republic and Haiti).

Why did they stop using the Greek alphabet for hurricanes? ›

People were mixing up the storms and some names weren't translating well in Spanish,” Graham said. Many people were confused by the sounds of the Greek letters, and public attention often focused more on the use of the alphabet itself than on the destruction caused by the storms, officials said.

What is the Greek myth of hurricanes? ›

According to myth, hurricanes were caused by the Hecatonchires, three monstrous gods born from the union of Uranus, the sky god, and Gaia, the Earth goddess. The brothers, named Briareus, Cottus, and Gyges, each had fifty heads and one hundred hands.

How are hurricanes named after the alphabet? ›

The Atlantic Ocean hurricane-naming system has been around since 1953. The names proceed in alphabetical order, omitting the “difficult” letters “Q,” “U,” “X,” “Y,” and “Z.” For the first twenty-five or so years, hurricanes and tropical storms were exclusively given female names.

What letters are left out of hurricane names? ›

Wilfred became the 21st named storm of the season meaning we have officially reached the end of the standard alphabet. We don't use Q, U, X, Y, or Z. According to the World Meteorological Organization, there are not enough Spanish, French, or English names that begin with these letters.

Why do hurricane names skip letters? ›

Like the main list of storm names, the supplemental list does not include names that begin with the letters Q, U, X, Y or Z, which officials said are not common enough or easily understood across English, Spanish, French and Portuguese, the languages frequently spoken throughout North America, Central America and the ...

What was the worst decade for hurricanes? ›

The 1990s were the most active decade for the United States, with a total of 31 hurricanes affecting the nation. By contrast, the least active decade was the 1860s and 1970s, each with a total of only 15 hurricanes affecting the United States.

Has there ever been a hurricane season without a hurricane? ›

Peak activity is known to be between August and October. As of 2022, there have been 91 off-season cyclones in the Atlantic hurricane database, which began in 1851. In addition, there were six storms before 1851, and one hurricane in 1863 that is not part of the official database.

What are 2 other names for hurricanes? ›

Once a tropical cyclone reaches maximum sustained winds of 74 miles per hour or higher, it is then classified as a hurricane, typhoon, or tropical cyclone, depending upon where the storm originates in the world. In the North Atlantic, central North Pacific, and eastern North Pacific, the term hurricane is used.

What was the first hurricane name? ›

But when also factoring internal use within U.S. services, there was just one first named U.S. hurricane and it came in 1947. And that storm was Hurricane George.

What was the worst hurricane in history? ›

The 1900 Galveston hurricane, also known as the Great Galveston hurricane and the Galveston Flood, and known regionally as the Great Storm of 1900 or the 1900 Storm, is the deadliest natural disaster in United States history.

What are some fun facts about hurricanes? ›

A typical hurricane can dump 6 inches to a foot of rain across a region. The most violent winds and heaviest rains take place in the eye wall, the ring of clouds and thunderstorms closely surrounding the eye. Every second, a large hurricane releases the energy of 10 atomic bombs. Hurricanes can also produce tornadoes.

What letter in the alphabet has the most retired hurricanes? ›

But there's one letter of the alphabet that is retired the most. Ian brought the “I” list to 14. One explanation is that most of the “I” names such as Irma, Ida, and Ian have formed when conditions are favorable for strong hurricanes during the peak of the season.

What letter is the most retired for hurricanes? ›

Another 27 seasons, through 2022, have had multiple names removed from future use, led by the record-smashing 2005 hurricane season's five retirees. Names beginning with the letter "I" lead the retirees with 13, followed by 10 "F" storms, then nine "C" storms.

What hurricane names will not be used again? ›

Frances, Otto, Gustav and Charley each share a common trait: they are among 82 deadly and destructive Atlantic hurricanes whose names will never be re-used.

Which Greek god causes storms? ›

As Greek god of the skies, Zeus is responsible for lightning, thunder, clouds, and rain.

What god are hurricanes named after? ›

-- The word hurricane is derived from “Hurican,” the Carib Indians' god of evil.

Who is the god of hurricanes? ›

Fujin. Fujin is the god responsible for the wind. He holds a bag of winds when depicted as a statue and has an unkempt appearance because he is represented as being surrounded by gusts and gales. While hurricanes and typhoons can cause terrible loss of life, Fujin is also seen as a provider of goodness.

Why are there only 21 names for hurricanes? ›

There are 26 letters in the alphabet but only 21 names chosen, seeing as the letters Q, U, X, Y and Z are all left off because they aren't common enough to be easily understood in local languages spoken in North America, Central America and the Caribbean (areas all affected by hurricanes).

What was the no name hurricane? ›

The 1993 Storm of the Century (also known as the 93 Superstorm, The No Name Storm, or the Great Blizzard of '93/1993) was a cyclonic storm that formed over the Gulf of Mexico on March 12, 1993.
1993 Storm of the Century.
Meteorological history
Duration1 hour, 32 minutes
Overall effects
Damage$5.5 billion (1993 USD)
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What 4 letters are not used to name storms? ›

There are 26 letters in the alphabet, but only 21 names in a given season, because no storms are given names beginning with the letters Q, U, X, Y and Z.

What are the Greek storm names? ›

This is because the use of Greek alphabet names "creates a distraction from the communication of hazard and storm warnings and is potentially confusing," the WMO said in a statement. In 2020, storm names included Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Epsilon, Zeta, Eta, Theta and Iota.

Does every hurricane have a name? ›

Every year, tropical storms tracked by the National Hurricane Center are given a specific name when they reach the speed of 39 mph. (They retain that name if, or when, their speed is tracking to hurricane levels.) Here's what you need to know about that process, and why it's important.

What was the strongest hurricane season ever? ›

Seasons with the most hurricanes, 1851-Present
RankYearNumber of Hurricanes
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What was the 2 worst hurricane in history? ›

What Was the Worst Hurricane in History?
  • #8: Hurricane Michael (2018) ...
  • #7: Hurricane Camille (1969) ...
  • #6: Hurricane Andrew (1992) ...
  • #5: The 1926 Hurricane. ...
  • #4: Hurricane Harvey (2017) ...
  • #3: 1900 Hurricane. ...
  • #2: Hurricane Katrina (2005) ...
  • #1: Hurricane Maria (2017)

What was the worst US hurricane season? ›

These storms are also the costliest tropical cyclones recorded worldwide. The hurricane seasons of those two hurricanes, the 2005 and 2017 Atlantic hurricane seasons, are also the two costliest hurricane seasons recorded. Most of the costliest Atlantic hurricanes in recorded history have peaked as major hurricanes.

Can a hurricane come back twice? ›

Scientists say the rare probability of back-to-back hurricanes in the past could happen every two or three years on this warming planet. The news comes as no surprise to residents in Florida and Louisiana.

Where has a hurricane never hit? ›

Although there is a Pacific hurricane season that typically brings storms close to Mexico before spinning back to sea toward Hawaii, the Pacific Coast of the United States has never actually been hit by a hurricane.

Can a hurricane have no rain? ›

Outside the eyewall of a hurricane, rainbands spiral inwards towards the eyewall. These rain bands are capable of producing heavy rain and wind (and occasionally tornadoes). Sometimes, there are gaps between the bands where no rain is found.

What are the 3 names for hurricanes? ›

For example, the name "hurricane" is given to systems that develop over the Atlantic or the eastern Pacific Oceans. In the western North Pacific and Philippines, these systems are called "typhoons" while in the Indian and South Pacific Ocean, they are called "cyclones".

What is a strong hurricane called? ›

While all hurricanes produce life-threatening winds, hurricanes rated Category 3 and higher are known as major hurricanes*. Major hurricanes can cause devastating to catastrophic wind damage and significant loss of life simply due to the strength of their winds.

What is a small hurricane called? ›

Less severe tropical cyclones are called tropical depressions. More severe tropical cyclones are called tropical storms. The most severe tropical cyclones are called either hurricanes or typhoons depending on where they occur.

What was the 1st hurricane named after a man? ›

Hurricane Bob was the first Atlantic tropical cyclone to be officially designated using a masculine name after the discontinuation of Joint Army/Navy Phonetic Alphabet names. Bob brought moderate damage to portions of the United States Gulf Coast and areas farther inland in July 1979.

What was the first hurricane retired name? ›

Names retired in the 1970s

Starting in 1979, the World Meteorological Organization began assigning both male and female names to tropical cyclones. This decade featured hurricanes David and Frederic, the first male Atlantic hurricane names to be retired.

What is faster than a tornado? ›

The most intense winds in a tornado can exceed 300 miles per hour, while the strongest known Atlantic hurricane contained winds of 190 miles per hour.

What is the number 1 worst hurricane in the US? ›

The most intense hurricane on record to hit the U.S. is the Labor Day Hurricane of 1935. It was a Category 5 storm that hit the Florida Keys and claimed 408 lives, most of whom were World War I veterans building roads as part of a federal relief project. A train sent to evacuate them was derailed by the powerful storm.

What was the number 1 biggest hurricane? ›

Summary Of The 7 Strongest Hurricanes Ever Recorded On Earth
RankNameLocation(s) Affected
1Hurricane FifiHonduras
2Hurricane MitchHonduras
3The Great HurricaneThe Lesser Antilles
4Hurricane MariaDominica, Saint Croix, and Puerto Rico.
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What was the worst hurricane in the last 30 years? ›

Top 5 Most Destructive Hurricanes of the Past 30 Years
  1. Hurricane Katrina (2005)
  2. Hurricane Sandy (2012) ...
  3. Hurricane Ike (2008) ...
  4. Hurricane Wilma (2005) ...
  5. Hurricane Andrew (1992) Summary: When it struck in 1992, Hurricane Andrew was the most destructive hurricane in American history. ...

What do hurricanes destroy the most? ›

Hurricane‐force winds, 74 mph or more, can destroy buildings and mobile homes. Debris, such as signs, roofing material, siding and small items left outside become flying missiles during hurricanes. Winds can stay above hurricane strength well inland.

Why do hurricanes hit at night? ›

It's at night when the upper and middle part of the atmosphere cools (because the sun is not there to heat it up) and that releases energy in the storms, which turns into winds and moisture.

How do hurricanes affect humans? ›

Hurricane safety. Hurricanes, tropical storms, and tropical depressions pose a variety of threats to people and property. Storm surge and inland flooding have historically been the number one and two causes of loss of life during hurricanes. Hurricanes can also bring strong winds, tornados, rough surf, and rip currents ...

How were hurricanes named before 1953? ›

In 1953, the United States abandoned a confusing two-year old plan to name storms by a phonetic alphabet (Able, Baker, Charlie) when a new, international phonetic alphabet was introduced.

When did we start naming hurricanes? ›

In 1953, the United States began using female names for storms and, by 1978, both male and female names were used to identify Northern Pacific storms. This was then adopted in 1979 for storms in the Atlantic basin. NOAA's National Hurricane Center does not control the naming of tropical storms.

What replaced the Greek alphabet for hurricanes? ›

Similar-sounding letters — Zeta, Eta, and Theta — also caused some miscommunication. The WMO decided to replace the Greek alphabet with a supplemental list of names. Like the standard list of names, that supplemental list will also be based on the modern English alphabet, excluding Q, U, X, Y, and Z.

Why are hurricanes not named with XYZ? ›

The letters Q, U, X, Y and Z are just not common letters that names begin with,” said AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dan Pydynowski. The lack of names beginning with those letters explains why they don't appear on the list of Atlantic tropical cyclones.

What is the most retired letter in the alphabet for hurricanes? ›

Names beginning with the letter "I" lead the retirees with 13, followed by 10 "F" storms, then nine "C" storms.

What was the original name of hurricanes? ›

The National Hurricane Center began formally naming storms in 1950. At first they were named from a phonetic alphabet (Able, Baker, Charlie, and so on), but this method was changed in 1953 in favor of using alphabetized female names.

Why do hurricanes have human names? ›

The first hurricane named under this system was Alice. About 15 years later, both male and female names were used to identify these storms. It turns out, hurricanes are named after people because it is easy to identify one storm from another and the names are easy to remember.

Why are storms named male or female? ›

The U.S. decided in the early 1950s, that only used female names would be used for tropical systems. It's not exactly certain why this was the case but some believe that because maritime tradition referred to the ocean as a woman, this may have influenced the decision.

What is the ancient Greek word for hurricane? ›

κᾰταιγῐ́ς • (kataigís) f (genitive κᾰταιγῐ́δος); third declension. a storm descending from above, a squall, a hurricane quotations ▼

How many hurricanes start with Z? ›

There are 26 letters in the alphabet, but only 21 names in a given season, because no storms are given names beginning with the letters Q, U, X, Y and Z.


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