At 06:00 UTC, the system officially developed into a tropical storm, gaining the name Bret. At 00:00 UTC September 4th, it weakened to a category 2 hurricane in rapidly deteriorating conditions, and by 18:00 UTC, a category 1 hurricane, as its structure fell apart. The island of Porto Santo was left without basic services and thus was declared uninhabitable, with all of its inhabitants being evacuated to Madeira. An Area of Interest developed over the Gulf of Mexico in late August. It dissipated shortly after 06:00 UTC, when the last thunderstorms originating from the system dissipated among the Nicaraguan mountains. 0 The names not retired from this list will be used again in 2029. Hurricane Season 2021 is coming. At 12:00 UTC, as the hurricane approached the United States Coastline, it intensified into a category 4 hurricane, with its outer bands already bringing rainfall and thunderstorm winds. However, the first system, Arlene, did not develop until August 1st. As Sean encountered wind shear, it weakened, and made landfall in Barbados at 00:00 UTC November 9th as a weakening hurricane. On December 5, 2022, TSR released their initial forecast of the season, calling for a below average season, with 5 named storms developing, 1 of them becoming a hurricane, and no storms reaching major hurricane status. Finally, at 00:00 UTC September 6th, Emily degenerated into an extratropical cyclone, as it lost its warm core, and became a frontal system, ending its long tracked journey from Cabo Verde to Newfoundland. The National Hurricane Center gave it a LOW chance of development during the next 5 days due to unfavorable conditions. The 2023 Atlantic hurricane season is an above-average season, continuing the streak of active seasons which started in 2019.This season featured notable storms, with Philippe, the strongest of the season, brushing across Caribbean and hitting the United States. Jose was the final of major hurricanes, a high end category 4 hurricane that nearly became the record-tying fourth category 5 hurricane of the season as it moved across the Northern Atlantic, hitting no land areas. At 00:00 UTC August 29th, tropical storm warnings were issued for the Texas coast from Aransas county in the southwest to Chambers county in the east, and thus the Invest was re-designated as a Potential Tropical Cyclone. Learn the names and predictions when the next hurricane may occur in your area. Recent blog posts Explore. Regardless, Arlene weakened to a category 2 hurricane by 12:00 UTC as it passed near the city of Seville, and a tropical storm by 18:00 UTC as the mountainous terrain of Spain tore up its circulation and convection. Cindy, another strong storm, took it's path into Central America. Philippe's remnant cyclone continued on its northeasterly course, striking Europe in early November. Idalia emerged back into the Caribbean sea later that day, without losing much intensity, and was ready to re-intensify, making landfall in the province of Camagüey in Cuba at 06:00 UTC September 24th, just as it re-intensified into a minimal category 2 hurricane. On October 17th, as it moved into the Caribbean Sea, it was given an Invest designation, with the National Hurricane Center giving it a nearly 100% chance of tropical cyclone formation within 48 hours. Emily was a non impactful storm, making no major impacts to any landmass, and only causing less than $1 million in damages, and no reported deaths. Cabo Verde, Canary Islands and the Azores. Vince continued weakening as it moved across the island, emerging into the Gulf of Paria at 18:00 UTC. At 00:00 UTC September 11th, Harold became yet another major hurricane in the 2023 hurricane season, when a well-defined eye and cold cloud tops resulted in Dvorak readings indicating a category 3 hurricane. In Nicaragua, 29.11 inches (739 mm) of rain was recorded, making Alpha the third wettest tropical cyclone in the country's history. 2021 atlantic spinny cloud season (Free Editing), Hurricane Ivan's Review of the 2020 Pacific Typhoon Season, https://hypotheticalhurricanes.fandom.com/wiki/2023_Atlantic_hurricane_season_(GiedriusforCat5)?oldid=481222, –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––. Many homes were left damaged, and significant beach and cliff erosion was recorded. Season summary. ATTENTION: The NHC has issued it's last advisory on Theta as of 11-15-2020. Alpha, while qualifying for retirement due to the more than 2000 deaths it caused in Central America, was not retired due to a previous ruling in the 2006 session, stating that it "was not practical to 'retire into hurricane history' a letter in the Greek Alphabet.". At 21:00 UTC, Vince made landfall in Venezuela, as a barely classifiable tropical depression, with the National Hurricane Center noting "If this system hadn't developed beforehand, we would have likely not classified it as of this time. Don continued to intensify, and at 00:00 UTC August 15th, as confirmed by Hurricane Hunters aircraft, it became a category 1 hurricane as its appearance improved by every satellite scan. At 00:00 UTC September 29th, as Idalia started to stall off the shore of Nova Scotia, it weakened to a tropical storm in yet colder waters, caused in part by upwelling and in part by the high latitude. A majority of the deaths were recorded in Haiti and were caused by rainfall-induced mudslides, while most of the damages were reported in the Dominican Republic. As dry air intrusion prevented a large part of convective activity, the system remained weak, but eventually intensified into a subtropical storm at 12:00 UTC October 23rd, gaining the name Nigel. Thunderstorms from its outer bands caused some damage in the United States East Coast, but it was minor and indiscernible from a normal thunderstorm. At 00:00 UTC August 25th, the system was designated a Potential Tropical Cyclone when tropical storm warnings were issued for the southern coasts of Haiti and the Dominican Republic, as well as the western coast of Haiti. Franklin and Gert were both weak tropical storms in late August, while Harold was the final of three category 5 hurricanes, threatening the United States East Coast for some time before moving off into the open waters. Impacts in Trinidad and Tobago were minimal, and all of the storm's deaths and most of its damages originated in Venezuela instead. Meanwhile, Emily nearly became the highest single ACE producer in the Atlantic, with 69.17 ACE units. In addition, it was the fifth consecutive above average Atlantic hurricane season from 2016 onward, though it was the first extremely active season since 2017.The season featured a total of 31 (sub)tropical cyclones, all but one of which became a named storm. A tropical wave formed in the Atlantic in early October and traversed the Atlantic Main Development Region. At 18:00 UTC, as it was moving southwest, the Potential Tropical Cyclone was found to be a true tropical cyclone, and was designated a tropical depression. Major hurricanes It received invest designation on August 27th, as the National Hurricane Center gave it MEDIUM chances of tropical cyclone development. It moved southwest, and organized, to the point when it was given a MEDIUM chance of tropical cyclogenesis within 48 hours by the National Hurricane Center. In early September, a tropical wave formed in the Atlantic Main Development Region and slowly organized. As it moved far west of the Azores, it weakened still, and became a tropical storm at 00:00 UTC September 19th. Major flooding was reported in southeastern Cuba. Don was not a major storm in terms of damages, only making one landfall at tropical storm strength. Franklin caused an estimated$170 billion in damage, making it the costliest hurricane in U.S. history. At 18:00 UTC, Jose weakened to a high end tropical storm. It intensified, and at 00:00 UTC September 9th, was found to have 35 knot sustained wind speeds, which resulted in it being upgraded to a tropical storm, receiving the name Harold. Idalia was a severely damaging storm to several locations, resulting in almost $500 million in damages, making it the third costliest storm of the season, and 17 deaths, most of them occurring in the Caribbean. The most devastated area was a portion of the Spanish coast, from the city of Huelva to the city of Cadiz, where storm surge reaching at least 15 feet (4.57 meters), rainfall exceeding 20 inches, and winds reaching 140 mph caused catastrophic damage, previously unseen in Europe. On June 1st, the CSU updated their forecast to 6 named storms, 1 hurricane, and no major hurricanes, based on yet worse conditions for hurricane development in the Atlantic. The 2023 Atlantic hurricane season officially began on June 1st, 2023. In late October, a small Caribbean disturbance developed south of Haiti. However, by late August 5th, the storm had high model support for a short lived tropical cyclone, and at 00:00 UTC August 6th, tropical storm warnings were issued for Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Brevard counties of Florida. Damage and deaths include totals while the storm was extratropical, a wave or a low. Its remnants continued moving north, before being absorbed by a large extratropical cyclone in the Northern Atlantic. At 06:00 UTC August 27th, the depression emerged into the Atlantic Ocean again after crossing the island of Cuba, and started intensifying again. The system's center moved north-northwest and towards the Florida coast, and was located just east of Miami. Emily weakened to a category 3 hurricane at 06:00 UTC September 3rd as it accelerated northeast, bringing waves and inclement weather to the United States Northeast and Atlantic Canada. It continued moving west as it organized, and at 00:00 UTC December 23rd, became the second December tropical cyclone of the season and the latest forming tropical cyclone since 2005, as it was upgraded to a tropical depression. At 00:00 UTC November 2nd, it was determined to have become a minimal tropical storm despite its disheveled appearance, and was given the name Rina. In mid to late August, a tropical wave formed south of Cabo Verde, and organized into an Invest by August 22nd, with the National Hurricane Center giving it a HIGH chance of tropical cyclone development. It rapidly disorganized after making landfall as it moved further inland, and degenerated into a remnant low by 00:00 UTC August 30th. Tammy began dissipating almost immediately after getting a name, and at 00:00 UTC November 16th, had already degenerated into a remnant low, when its fragile circulation was disrupted by the Nicaraguan mountains. Arlene, Idalia, Sean, and Alpha were the only systems to make landfall at hurricane intensity or above, while Emily, Jose, Katia, Nigel, and Philippe never made landfall at any intensity. Tropical Depressions are not included in season total. According to NOAA and CSU, the average Atlantic hurricane season between 1981 and 2010 contained roughly 12 tropical storms, six hurricanes, three major hurricanes, and an accumulated cyclone energy (ACE) index of 66–103 units. 2023 Atlantic hurricane season Wind and flooding caused 12 reported deaths in Puerto Rico, however the real number is likely at least 3 times higher, as analyzed by some studies. However, the first system, Arlene, did not develop until August 1st. In early December, an unusual disturbance formed in the Atlantic Main Development Region, originating from a tropical wave. In the Caribbean sea, the disturbance developed, and when a closed circulation within the storm was confirmed, at 00:00 UTC December 6th, it was given tropical depression designation, becoming the first Atlantic tropical or subtropical cyclone in December since 2013, and the first fully tropical December cyclone since 2007. The system moved over Hispaniola that day, and organized. A tropical wave moved across the Atlantic Main Development Region in mid to late August. Deaths in parentheses are additional and indirect (an example of an indirect death would be a traffic accident), but are still storm-related. Finally, at 03:00 UTC October 17th, Lee made landfall in Miami - Dade county of Florida, as a 50 mph tropical storm, at peak intensity. An area of thunderstorms with deteriorating convection originating from a frontal feature developed just north of Cabo Verde on October 20th, and slowly moved south-southwest towards Cabo Verde. At 12:00 UTC it was upgraded to a category 2 hurricane with a clearing eye, and at 18:00 UTC, just as it started to make a slow northwesterly turn, it became a category 3 major hurricane, with a clear but not rounded eye, and relatively cold cloud tops. For the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, forecasters predict 14 to 20 tropical storms, seven to 11 hurricanes, and four to six major hurricanes, according to AccuWeather. 2019 Active Hurricane Season Comes To An End December 1, 2019 2019 Hurricane Season Forecasts April 5, 2019 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season Officially Ends December 4, 2018 Now an extratropical cyclone, Harold continued on its track, eventually directly hitting Iceland on September 24th. On August 5th, the National Hurricane Center noted an area of thunderstorms that rapidly developed over the Bahamas, and said that there was a low chance for it to become a tropical cyclone. September had average storm formation statistics, with 3 named storms forming, the most powerful of them being Harold, which gave a major scare to the East Coast as it threatened to make a major landfall on the East Coast, before eventually turning away. As Jose entered the Gulf Stream, it intensified more rapidly than before, becoming a category 4 hurricane at 18:00 UTC October 6th, the 5th and last category 4 hurricane of the season, as well as the last major hurricane of the season. Despite having unfavorable conditions for development, it organized, and was given Invest designation on December 5th, just as it was about to enter the Caribbean sea. At 18:00 UTC October 5th, Jose became a major hurricane for a second time, however this time with a larger eye and more intense convection. For the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, forecasters predict 14 to 20 tropical storms, seven to 11 hurricanes, and four to six major hurricanes, according to AccuWeather. The generally low forecasts were influenced by the present El Niño pattern. At 18:00 UTC, Don weakened to a tropical storm, and at 00:00 UTC August 22nd, made landfall in the state of New Jersey, as a low end tropical storm. Over the course of October 27th however, it significantly organized, and at 18:00 UTC, was deemed to possess tropical cyclone characteristics, and was given tropical depression status. Hurricane Books; 2020 Hurricane Season; 2023 Hurricane names; 2022 Hurricane Names; 2021 Hurricane Names; 2020 Hurricane Names; 2031 Hurricane Names; 2027 Hurricane Names; 2028 Hurricane Names; 2029 Hurricane Names; 2030 Hurricane Names; 2026 Hurricane Names; 2025 Hurricane Names; 2024 Hurricane names; Hurricane Garage Doors; Hurricane … This table includes the storm's names, duration, peak intensity, Areas affected (bold indicates made landfall in that region at least once), damages, and death totals. Hypothetical Hurricanes Wiki is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community. Jose was a non-damaging storm, as it did not impact land areas, and no damages or deaths were reported. With a large swath of convection to the southeast, Ophelia quickly fell apart over land due to the mountainous terrain, becoming a remnant low by 18:00 UTC. The depression strengthened as it approached Cabo Verde, and at 12:00 UTC August 2nd, as it passed through the archipelago, it intensified into a tropical storm, getting the name Arlene. Alpha was the deadliest Atlantic tropical cyclone since Hurricane Maria in 2017, causing over 2000 reported deaths, all in Central America. Cindy brought minimal wind and rainfall damages to Florida as it was not much stronger than a strong thunderstorm, and only resulted in less than $1 million in damages and no reported deaths. The season officially began on June 1, 2023, and lasted until November 30, however the first named storm, Arlene formed two months after the season started on August 1st, while the last storm, Alpha, dissipated almost a month after it ended - on December 25th. In Honduras, the highest recorded rainfall was 25.13 inches (638 mm), making Alpha the third wettest tropical cyclone in the country as well. By then, hurricane watches were issued for the North Carolina Outer Banks, as the track forecast uncertainty brought Harold close to landfall in the worst case scenario. Strongest tropical cyclone: Typhoon Tip in the Northwest Pacific Ocean on 12 October 1979 was measured to have a central pressure of 870 mb and estimated surface sustained winds of 85 m/s (165 kt, 190 mph). In Central America, rainfall claimed at least 2000 lives, with Alpha being the worst and wettest storm of the year for the region. Harold weakened below major hurricane status at 00:00 UTC September 14th, while moving out of the influence of the Gulf Stream and passing north of Bermuda. Longest lived tropical cyclone: Hurricane John, 31 days, 1994.. Many locations in Nicaragua recorded rainfall over 15 inches (381 mm), with the highest being 17.68 inches (449 mm) in a mountainous and remote area. At 12:00 UTC, as Idalia made landfall in Nova Scotia, it weakened to a tropical depression, with extremely broad circulation and lacking convection. Franklin - 911 mb, 165 mph At 12:00 UTC September 5th, the hurricane finally weakened to a tropical storm as it passed Newfoundland. Ongoing Hey guys Storm here so this is one of my biggest projects ever. Officially, Rina was the fourth deadliest storm of the season, but according to the same studies it was the second, deadlier than Ophelia and Arlene. In late September, a tropical wave moved west across the Atlantic Main Development Region, with the National Hurricane Center giving it HIGH chances of tropical cyclone development. At 00:00 UTC October 9th, Jose was downgraded to a category 1 hurricane. ACE is the result of a storm's winds multiplied by how long it lasted for, so storms or subtropical storms (Originally not included up until 2012) that at lasted a long time , as well as particularly strong hurricanes , have higher ACE totals. In late July, a tropical wave formed over Africa. Idalia emerged back into water, this time the Atlantic ocean, as a weakened tropical storm at 12:00 UTC, after passing over Cuba. Hurricane Franklin was the 7th depression, 6th named storm and 2nd major hurricane of the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season. Gert dissipated shortly afterwards as its low pressure system dissipated, but its convection remained and caused widespread flooding in Texas. At 06:00 UTC October 12th, the depression attained tropical storm winds, and was named Katia. Atlantic storms are named in alphabetical order and Hanna broke the record for the earliest "H-named" storm ever, getting 2020 off to an especially perilous start. at peak intensity Max 1-min wind mph (km/h) Min. Regardless, Alpha was the deadliest and wettest Atlantic tropical cyclone in the month of December. Harold was the final of three category 5 hurricanes to form in the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season, and the only to form in September and peak in September. It intensified, and in the lack of wind shear and dry air, at 00:00 UTC August 14th, was upgraded to a tropical storm and got the name Don. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. As it moved west, Idalia intensified in favorable conditions, becoming a hurricane at 00:00 UTC September 22nd. Bret caused minimal damages in Mexico, bringing tropical storm force winds to a small part of the state of Veracruz as well as low rainfall, and resulted in less than $5 million in damages, and only 2 recorded deaths. At 12:00 UTC August 23rd, it was confirmed to have developed into a tropical depression with sufficient convection, and a well-organized circulation. 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