The National Hurricane Center is a division of the Tropical Prediction Center in the United States National Weather Service. They handle all tropical activity for the eastern North Pacific and North Atlantic Ocean basins and issue all watches and warnings regardless of potential impact on United States land. They are located on the campus of Florida International University in Miami, Florida.
During hurricane season (June 1 - November 30), they issue tropical outlooks every 6 hours available on their website (see related link). When a tropical depression forms, they offer a number of different products for tracking and prediction of the storm, including discussion and model forecasts. The current deputy director is Edward Rapapport.
Hurricane Sandy was named by the National Hurricane Center.
No, because the national hurricane center does not have a list of names for the letter "z"
They give data to the meteorologists of the National Hurricane Center.
Even before it got a name, the precursor to hurricane Katrina was tracked by the National Hurricane Center.
Try Wikipedia or the National Hurricane Center's website.
Hurricane Liaison Team
It is located in Coral Gables Flarida
Go on the internet and type in 'National Hurricane Center'