Here Are The 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Names
Hurricane season officially starts on Friday, June 1st and runs all the way until Friday, November 30th. According to a report by The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration this season we are expecting up to 9 hurricanes and 10-16 tropical storms.
Have you ever wonder how they come up with such weird (or simple) names for hurricanes? Well, it turns out that the "they" are actually the World Meteorology Organization and NOT the National Weather Service or NOAA. The names actually run on a strict rotation and are recycled. Names do get retired though, in the case of major devastation, like Hurricane Sandy.
Without further ado, here are the names of all of the future hurricanes this season:
Alberto (currently active near Florida panhandle)
According to the National Hurricane Center, "In the event that more than twenty-one named tropical cyclones occur in the Atlantic basin in a season, additional storms will take names from the Greek alphabet."
So here is my question, if you could name a hurricane? What would the name be?
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