Sunday, March 8, 2020

2021 and 2022 Hurricane Names - Atlantic Basin / Eastern North-Pacific

2021 and 2022 Hurricane Names

As one who has endured quite a few Gulf of Mexico hurricanes, I always am keeping up and tracking the hurricanes and tropical storms.  Hurricane Ike and Hurricane Harvey were the two most memorable hurricanes that I went through. 

During the 2021 hurricane season as well as the 2022 hurricane season, from what I am seeing, being we are going to continue to be in the midst what they call a 70 year cycle, we will see pretty much the same activity we saw in that past two hurricane seasons, the 2019 hurricane season as well as the 2020 hurricane season.

I am not one to predict geographic locations for where the hurricanes, tropical storms and/or tropical depressions will form or make landfall.  Nor do I project the strength of the hurricanes in advance.  There are plenty of others out there who predict and speculate and I will leave that all up to them.

I would suggest that if you are in a geographic area where tropical activity may occur, that you be prepared with an evacuation plan as well as an emergency / hurricane kit to help you survive during and after a hurricane or tropical storm event. The following link is showing what our hurricane and natural disaster emergency kit contains as well as a preparedness checklist. What Is Needed For Your Hurricane and Natural Disaster Emergency Kit With A Preparedness Checklist.

2021 Hurricane Season

The lists include storms in both the Atlantic Basin (Gulf and East Coast hurricanes) and Eastern North-Pacific (Pacific Island and West Coast hurricanes).

Hurricane season officially starts on June 1 and ends on November 30.

Hurricane Names for 2021

Atlantic Tropical (and Subtropical) Storm Names for 2021

Ana Henri Odette
Bill Ida Peter
Claudette Julian Rose
Danny Kate Sam
Elsa Larry Teresa
Fred Mindy Victor
Grace Nicholas Wanda

Eastern North-Pacific Tropical (and Subtropical) Storm Names for 2021

Andres Ignacio Rick
Blanca Jimena Sandra
Carlos Kevin Terry
Dolores Linda Vivian
Enrique Marty Waldo
Felicia Nora Xina
Guillermo Olaf York
Hilda Pamela Zelda
Note: Hurricanes are given names according to a formal system that is managed by the World Meteorological Organization. 

2022 Hurricane Season
The lists include storms in both the Atlantic Basin (Gulf and East Coast hurricanes) and Eastern North-Pacific (Pacific Island and West Coast hurricanes).

Hurricane season officially starts on June 1 and ends on November 30.

Hurricane Names for 2022

Atlantic Tropical (and Subtropical) Storm Names for 2022

Alex Hermine Owen
Bonnie Ian Paula
Colin Julia Richard
Danielle Karl Shary
Earl Lisa Tobias
Fiona Martin Virginie
Gaston Nicole Walter 

Eastern North-Pacific Tropical (and Subtropical) Storm Names for 2022

Agatha Ivette Roslyn
Blas Javier Seymour
Celia Kay Tina
Darby Lester Virgil
Estelle Madeline Winifred
Frank Newton Xavier
Georgette Orlene Yolanda
Howard Paine Zeke
Note: Hurricanes are given names according to a formal system that is managed by the World Meteorological Organization.


Other Basin Names (Worldwide)

Lists of names for other tropical cyclone basins outside of NHC responsibility can be found on the World Meteorological Organization tropical cyclone naming page.

You can view the 2019 and 2020 hurricane names for Atlantic Basin / Eastern North-Pacific here.

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