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2005 Atlantic Storm Names

Discussion in 'Storm Watch' started by CBulla, Jun 12, 2005.

  1. CBulla

    CBulla ~..facebook conch..~ ScubaBoard Supporter

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    For those interested here is the list of 2005 Atlantic Storm names for hurricanes and tropical storms. I'm sticking this for hurricane season as a place for anyone post communication, updates, etc., as the storms occur.

    *blue - tropical storm
    *red - hurricane

    Arlene - landfall June 11 - Alabama/Florida Panhandle
    Bret - landfall June 29 - Tuxpan, Veracruz, Mexico
    Cindy - landfall July 5 - Grand Isle, Louisiana
    Dennis - landfall July 10 - Pensacola, Florida
    Emily - landfall 7/18 Cancun Mexico & 7/20 Tampico Mexico
    Franklin - no recorded landfall
    Gert - landfall 7/24 - Mexico
    Harvey - no recorded landfall
    Irene - no recorded landfall
    Jose - landfall 8/23 - Mexico
    Katrina - landfall 8/29 - Pearlington, Mississippi
    Lee - no recorded landfall
    Maria - no recorded landfall
    Nate - no recorded landfall
    Ophelia - no recorded landfall, but very close
    Philippe - no recorded landfall
    Rita - landfall 9/24 - Texas/Louisiana
    Stan - landfall 10/4 - Veracruz, Mexico
    Tammy - 10/5 - Jacksonville, Florida
    Vince - 10/11 Huelva, Spain
    Wilma - 10/22 Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico/ Marco Island, Florida

    Alpha - 10/23 - Barahona, Dominican Republic
    Beta- 10/30 - Nicaragua
    Gamma - 11/18 - Honduras
    Delta - 11/28 - no recorded landfall
    Epsilon - 12/8 -no recorded landfall

    -----end of hurricane season -----
    Zeta
    Eta
    Theta
    Iota
    Kappa
    Lambda
    Mu
    Nu
    Chi
    Omnicron
    Pi
    Rho
    Sigma
    Tau
    Upsilon
    Phi
    Chi
    Psi
    Omega
     
  2. KBeck

    KBeck Loggerhead Turtle

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    My bets are on Jose, Katrina and Lee.

    Jose is my bosses name.........enough said.
    Katrina......well, I'm a K and it's just not my year.
    And Lee....is my middle name.

    Notice I said AND.....not OR for each of those. :D Bring 'em on!!!!
     
  3. SFLDiver

    SFLDiver Solo Diver

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    Well, having a storm with your name on it can work either way.
    There -was- a Trop Storm Matthew (moi) last year,
    and as I recall it just kinda wandered aimlessly in the Atlantic.

    Weah
     
  4. dlndavid

    dlndavid 私は寿司およびアジア女性を食べるだScubaBoard Supporter

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    I want a T-shirt "I survived Gert"
     
  5. KBeck

    KBeck Loggerhead Turtle

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    Actually, now that I look at it that way, "Harvey" and "Wilma" are good ones too. Wonder why the "F" wasn't Fred, then? :D
     
  6. Tavi

    Tavi NAUI Instructor

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    I survived Michelle!! :crafty:
     
  7. DennisS

    DennisS Marine Scientist

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    I saw one "I survived Andrew.....it's the cleanup that's killing me"
     
  8. simbrooks

    simbrooks Snr LayZboy Meteorologist ScubaBoard Supporter

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    I suggest keeping an eye out on this site, the government sites are summarized with other data on here too: Crown Weather - it was helpful last year with trying to guesstimate where the storms would go and a lot more productive than watching the news who just give a summary, that is of course if you into the "how do they come up with that?" kind of questioning. :wink:
     
  9. SuPrBuGmAn

    SuPrBuGmAn Solo Diver

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    Arlene hit on June 11th :D

    Newspaper headlines read, "Serene Arlene: Storm packs a featherweight punch!"

    Seriously though, we had a bit of heavy rain in the morning, then it misted on and off for the rest of the day. Nothing but blue skies and sunshine today!
     
  10. madeline

    madeline Solo Diver

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    I',m going for Jose, my cat 's name, Jose Cuervo, he loves the stuff, and spent the first week of his life with me behind the bottle in the bar. so you can say he named himselfoh, yes he was behind the bottle not me.
     

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