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Trip August 26th, 2011 05:54 PM

Retired,and no gold watch!
 
All these hurricane names have been retired, never to be seen again..how many of the ones listed below have you lived through? For me, Bob & Gloria, that I remember. We were on the first ship back in to St. Thomas, after the double whammy of Marilyn, and Luis..boy that was bad there...Blue tarps, were everywhere...

Agnes 1972
Alicia 1983
Allen 1980
Allison 2001
Andrew 1992
Anita 1977
Audrey 1957
Betsy 1965
Beulah 1967
Bob 1991
Camille 1969
Carla 1961
Carmen 1974
Carol 1954
Celia 1970
Cesar 1996
Charley 2004
Cleo 1964
Connie 1955
David 1979
Dean 2007
Dennis 2005
Diana 1990
Diane 1955
Donna 1960
Dora 1964
Edna 1968
Elena 1985
Eloise 1975
Fabian 2003
Felix 2007
Fifi 1974
Flora 1963
Floyd 1999
Fran 1996
Frances 2004
Frederic 1979
Georges 1998
Gilbert 1988
Gloria 1985
Gustav 2008
Hattie 1961
Hazel 1954
Hilda 1964
Hortense 1996
Hugo 1989
Igor 2010
Ike 2008
Inez 1966
Ione 1955
Iris 2001
Isabel 2003
Isidore 2002
Ivan 2004
Janet 1955
Jeanne 2004
Joan 1988
Juan 2003
Katrina 2005
Keith 2000
Klaus 1990
Lenny 1999
Lili 2002
Luis 1995
Marilyn 1995
Michelle 2001
Mitch 1998
Noel 2007
Opal 1995
Paloma 2008
Rita 2005
Roxanne 1995
Stan 2005
Tomas 2010
Wilma2005

Lakers Fan August 26th, 2011 07:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Trip (Post 1389428)
All these hurricane names have been retired, never to be seen again..how many of the ones listed below have you lived through? For me, Bob & Gloria, that I remember. We were on the first ship back in to St. Thomas, after the double whammy of Marilyn, and Luis..boy that was bad there...Blue tarps, were everywhere...

Agnes 1972
Alicia 1983
Allen 1980
Allison 2001
Andrew 1992
Anita 1977
Audrey 1957
Betsy 1965
Beulah 1967
Bob 1991
Camille 1969
Carla 1961
Carmen 1974
Carol 1954
Celia 1970
Cesar 1996
Charley 2004
Cleo 1964
Connie 1955
David 1979
Dean 2007
Dennis 2005
Diana 1990
Diane 1955
Donna 1960
Dora 1964
Edna 1968
Elena 1985
Eloise 1975
Fabian 2003
Felix 2007
Fifi 1974
Flora 1963
Floyd 1999
Fran 1996
Frances 2004
Frederic 1979
Georges 1998
Gilbert 1988
Gloria 1985
Gustav 2008
Hattie 1961
Hazel 1954
Hilda 1964
Hortense 1996
Hugo 1989
Igor 2010
Ike 2008
Inez 1966
Ione 1955
Iris 2001
Isabel 2003
Isidore 2002
Ivan 2004
Janet 1955
Jeanne 2004
Joan 1988
Juan 2003
Katrina 2005
Keith 2000
Klaus 1990
Lenny 1999
Lili 2002
Luis 1995
Marilyn 1995
Michelle 2001
Mitch 1998
Noel 2007
Opal 1995
Paloma 2008
Rita 2005
Roxanne 1995
Stan 2005
Tomas 2010
Wilma2005


Wow ,I never realized there was a hurricane with my name

Fern August 26th, 2011 09:03 PM

They must have started naming storms around the time I was born. I've been alive for all of them rofl!

Trip August 26th, 2011 09:44 PM

They used to be only hericanes....then they became himacanes too, after the women's movement had their say.:)

belgique August 26th, 2011 10:09 PM

Went through Cleo in '65 and Besty in '64 at Homestead Air Force Base, Fla. Unfortunately, Andrew flattened the base in 1992. It was a beautiful SAC base with B-52's soaring over our house constantly - what a sight!

nlb1050 August 28th, 2011 05:21 PM

Fredrick in 1979 we lived just outside Mobile. Our boat was the only boat at the marina we used that did not sink, it went up on the land and stayed ther when the water recided, we were with out power for almost 3 weeks.
David in 1979 we were at hubby's sister's hour in Melbourne fl and it was nothing there.
2004 we had Frances then Jeanne 3 weeks arpart, fortunately only received som e damage from Frances and only a few more tree limbs down from Jeanne but of course had only gotten bpower back week and half from Frances when Jeanne hit.
Wilma in 2005 we were on a cruise but had put up hurrican shutters prior to leaving a and fortunately only a few tree limbs down, but when cruise ended still areas of Ft Lauderdale without power.

fun2cruiz August 28th, 2011 08:40 PM

History of Atlantic Hurricane Names



Names have been given to Atlantic hurricanes for a few hundred years. People living in the Caribbean islands named storms after the saint of the day from the Roman Catholic liturgical calendar for the day on which the hurricane occurred such as "Hurricane San Felipe". When two hurricanes struck on the same date in different years the hurricanes would be referred to by names such as "Hurricane San Felipe the first" and "Hurricane San Felipe the second".

http://geology.com/recommend/images/...wed-narrow.gifHurricane Names

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Hurricanes in the News http://geology.com/w.gifIn the early days of meteorology in the United States storms were named with a latitude / longitude designation representing the location where the storm originated. These names were difficult to remember, difficult to communicate and subject to errors. During the Second World War military meteorologists working in the Pacific began to use women's names for storms. That naming method made communication so easy that in 1953 it was adopted by the National Hurricane Center for use on storms originating in the Atlantic Ocean. Once this practice started, hurricane names quickly became part of common language and public awareness of hurricanes increased dramatically.

In 1978, meteorologists watching storms in the Eastern North Pacific began using men's names for half of the storms. Meteorologists for the Atlantic ocean began using men's names in 1979. For each year, a list of 21 names, each starting with a different letter of the alphabet was developed and arranged in alphabetical order (names beginning with the letters Q, U, X, Y and Z were not used). The first tropical storm of the year was given the name beginning with the letter "A", the second with the letter "B" and so on through the alphabet. During even-numbered years, men's names were given to the odd-numbered storms and during odd-numbered years, women's names were given to even-numbered storms (see the table above for recent name lists).

Today, the World Meteorological Organization maintains the lists of Atlantic hurricane names. They have six lists which are reused every six years.



Retired Hurricane Names



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http://geology.com/w.gifThe only change that is made to the list of Atlantic hurricane names is the occasional retirement of a name. This is done when a hurricane cause so much death and destruction that reuse of the same name would be insensitive to the people who suffered losses. When that happens the World Meteorological Organization replaces the name. For example: " Katrina" has been retired from the name list and will not be used again.

A list of hurricane names that have been retired since the current name list system was established in 1979 is in the right column of this webpage. In addition to retirements there are a few names that were simply changed. On the 2007 list the names Dean, Felix and Noel will be replaced with Dorian, Femand and Nestor on the 2013 list.



When There Are More Than 21 Named Storms



There are normally less than 21 named tropical storms in any calendar year. In the rare years when more than 21 storms are named the additional storms are given names from the Greek alphabet: Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta are used for their names.



Naming Tropical Storms Outside of the Atlantic



Tropical storms occur in the Pacific Ocean and meteorologists working there have developed naming systems for them. Separate naming systems are maintained for Eastern North Pacific storms, Central North Pacific Storms, Western North Pacific Storms, the Australian Region, Fiji Region, Papua New Guinea Region, Philippine Region, Northern Indian Ocean, and Southwest Indian Ocean. The National Hurricane Center maintains lists of the names used in these areas.




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