Has there been a hurricane named Casey?
It's a little hard to tell because so many things that were not really hurricanes were named Hurricane Casey. The Casey Anthony trial was named hurricane Casey. A golf tournament was referred to by this name, a singer named Brian Burns has a song by that name, and on and on.
But it doesn't appear there has ever been a real hurricane named Casey.
Yes there has been a hurricane that has been named Victoria but not Tori. But Victoria was just a tropical storm but i still think it was really a hurricane instead of a tropical storm.
Yes. There was a Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
No. However there was a Hurricane Julia in 2010.
no there is not
No. Reagan is not on any list of hurricane names.
Yes. Hurricane Katie was a category 3 hurricane and the last storm of the 1955 Atlantic hurricane season.
Nope not yet.
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To date no hurricane has been named Lauren and the name is not on any list of available storm names.
has there ever been a huricane named patricia
yes, in 1876 a huricane hit the coast of california and it was not as bad as most huricanes. thats why they named it Abby
Nope, not yet at least.
Yes, in Lizland.
As of 2016 there has been a Hurricane Matthew, which briefly became a category 5. So far no storm has been named Courtney.
No, but there was a Hurricane Alex in 2004 and 2010 and a Tropical Storm Alex in 1998.
There has only ever been one hurricane named Sandy, and that is the one in 2012. Hurricanes are named in alphabetical order, and very few hurricane seasons are active enough to make it to the letter S.
Sort of. The storms named Kelly have occurred in the western Pacific Ocean where they are called typhoons, though a typhoon is really the same thing as a hurricane.
I think so. I just Googled Hurricane Patrick and I think there might be, you should too.
yes, in 1997. 23/12.
There was a (tropical storm) Fay.
No. And that's all you need to know.
Not exactly. There have been a few storms named Susan, but they were in the western Pacific where such storms are called typhoons.
No. Although the name Vicky is available for use it has never been used to name a storm. Tropical storms and hurricanes are named in alphabetical order, and only one year has ever made it to the letter V. That was in 2005 when there was a Hurricane Vince. The next chance of there being a tropical storm or hurricane named Vicky will be in 2014.
Hurricane Sandy was named by the National Hurricane Center.
Yes. In 2000, Hurricane Michael was a Cat 2 hurricane; it made landfall in Newfoundland. Another Hurricane Micheal in 2012 reached category 3 strength but did not affect land. In 2006, there were not enough named tropical storms to get up to 'M'.
There have been four hurricanes named Emily in the Atlantic Ocean since 1981: 1981, 1987, 1993, and 2005.
The most recent storm named Beryl never became a hurricane. It was a tropical storm with peak winds of 70 mph. Winds need to be at least 74 mph to be considered a hurricane. There have been other tropical storms named Beryl, none of which reached hurricane strength.
There was a Hurricane Todd in the Pacific in 1998 off the coast of China, but that is it, no Atlantic Hurricane or storm has ever been named Todd. Part of the curse of our name being so far down the alphabetic list
No. There is no record of a hurricane being named "Paige".
Sort of. There was a Typhoon Tim, also called Iliang in1994. A typhoon is essentially the same thing as a hurricane.
Sort of, there was a Typhoon Angela (super typhoon in fact) in 1995, and a typhoon is essentially the same thing as a hurricane.
Yes. Hurricane Rita was a major category 5 hurricane that struck the U.S. Gulf Coast. It was one of the most intense and one of the costliest hurricanes on record.
No, There Was Never A Hurricane Named Maura. Sorry.
why yes there is a hurricane named Nicholas. it is a tropical storm :)
every hurricane is named after an alternation of a boy or girl going in alphbetical order
Yes, Hurricane Bob affected the eastern coasts of the United States and Canada, causing $1.5 billion in damage.
Actually, Katrina is a hurricane, so they are the same, but there have only ever been two hurricanes named Katrina. There was the infamous Hurricane Katrina of 2005 and a lesser known one in 1981.
Yes. In August of 2012 Hurricane Isaac struck Louisiana. Another hurricane named Isaac passed east of Bermuda in 2006. Another Hurricane Isaac reached category 4 strength in 2000.
Hurricane Andrew was the first storm of the 1992 Atlantic hurricane season. The previous Atlantic hurricane was at the end of the 1991 season. Due to the unusual circumstances of its formation, this storm was never given a name. It is most widley known as the 1991 Perfect Storm. Had it been named, it would have been Hurricane Henri.
Yes. There have been two hurricanes named Dean, one in 1989 and the other in 2007. 2007's hurricane Dean is the better known of the two. It was the first and most intense storm of the 2007 Atlantic Hurricane season peaking as a rare category 5 hurricane with 175 mph sustained winds.
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No. There is no record of a hurricane or tropical storm named Robin.
Yes. In the Atlantic there were two hurricanes named Karen in 2001 and 2007. There were also tropical storms named Karen in 1989, 1995, and 2013.
No. There have been two hurricanes named Michael, neither of which impacted Florida. However, in 2016 Florida suffered significant damage from Hurricane Matthew.
No it was not.
the first hurricane named was hurricane Avery! no one knows yet
Yes, there have been 8 hurricane Olivias, all in the Eastern pacific ocean. They were in 1967, 1971, 1975, 1978, 1982, 1994, 2000, and 2006.
No. There do not appear to be any records of a Hurricane Charlotte.
A hurricane is a "named storm". If you do not have a named storm exclusion then your wind coverage will cover hurricane damage.
Yes, there have been five tropical storms so far with the name Maggie, and another one with Maggie being part of the name, though only one named Hurricane Maggie. This hurricane took place in 1974 in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.