2024 Atlantic hurricane season (Sandy156) Season summary map Seasonal boundaries First system formedAugust 15 Last system dissipatedNovember 26 Strongest storm NameFrancine • Maximum winds140 mph (220 km/h) • Lowest pressure939 mbar (hPa; 27.73 inHg) Seasonal statistics Total depressions9 Total storms7 Hurricanes3 Major hurricanes (Cat. At 18:00 UTC on July 19, a low pressure area formed within the tropical wave north of Panama as the system began to slow down as it neared the coast of Nicaragua. The low pressure area would continue to organize further, and ASCAT data confirmed that it had developed a defined center at 12:00 UTC on September 4, leading to the formation of a tropical depression at that time (though it wouldn't be designated operationally until 15:00 UTC as the ASCAT pass occurred at around 13:00 UTC). Around the same time as Oscar making landfall in Louisiana, Tropical Storm Patty would develop over the eastern Atlantic and rush generally east where its extratropical remnants would cause light damage in the Iberian Peninsula. On August 30, Helene made yet another shift in direction, this time to the west-northwest, as it moved north of the Bahamas and finished its EWRC, temporarily bottoming out at 130 mph. And it couldn't come soon enough. The new names will first appear during the 2024 Atlantic hurricane season. This organization would culminate with the formation of a tropical depression at 0:00 UTC July 15, which continued its westwards course it had maintained for several days now. During Kirk's lifespan, Tropical Storm Leslie would develop in the Bay of Campeche and cause moderate impacts in Texas and portions of Mexico. Over anomalously warm waters, the area of low pressure quickly consolidated and coalesced into a tropical depression at 18:00 UTC that day. Tropical cyclogenesis began in April with the formation of Subtropical Storm Alberto, marking the first system in the month of April since Tropical Storm Arlene in 2017. The season officially began on June 1, 2024, and ended on November 30, 2024. Kirk would continue to weaken as it passed to the west of the Canary Islands, and later turned westwards on September 9, as Hurricane Joyce became the dominant system in the Fujiwhara interaction and as it moved closer to Kirk. Atlantic Pronunciation Guide (PDF) Since 1953, Atlantic tropical storms had been named from lists originatedby the National Hurricane Center. Moving over waters 2 degrees Celsius warmer than usual for the time of year, the system quickly coalesced, and at 18:00 UTC that day, a subtropical depression formed. Upon forming, the system headed generally northeast and steadily strengthened over the still decently warm waters of the open Atlantic. The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season was the most active and the seventh costliest Atlantic hurricane season on record. This set of disorganized thunderstorms would begin to organize as September began, developing an area of low pressure within the system at 12:00 UTC on September 3 - however, it lacked a defined center. The storm that produced the most ACE was Helene with around 52 units of ACE, and the storm that produced the least was Francine with around 0.8 units of ACE. A Thanksgiving marked by surging covid-19 cases and questions about a leading vaccine candidate. This season would see many systems impacting land, including six landfalls in the continental United States. It would near the Floridian coast, but by 6:00 UTC June 14, Beryl would slow down and turn northwest as it encountered weak steering currents. Overall, Ernesto caused $700 million in damage throughout Central America and 33 deaths, mostly from Honduras and Guatemala. At 12:00 UTC that day (the 28th), Helene fell to Category 4 status as it continued to barrel towards the Bahamas. The first system, Tropical Storm Alberto, developed on August 15, while the last storm, Tropical Storm Gordon, dissipated on November 26. The remnants of Helene would then curve east-southeast before re-emerging off of Georgia and into the open Atlantic at 18:00 UTC on September 3; which would then subsequently recurve north before moving over South Carolina and dissipating by 6:00 UTC on September 5, over North Carolina. By 12:00 UTC the following day, Isaac would attain its peak intensity south of Hispaniola. After falling below hurricane status, Sara would continue its jog to the west-southwest before recurving northwestwards on December 26, steadily weakening along the way as cooler waters and increased wind shear took its toll on the system. By August 31, however, the system began to organize further and a low pressure area would develop within the wave at 18:00 UTC on September 1, however its circulation would be elongated and poorly defined. Overall, Milton caused extensive damage throughout Louisiana and portions of Texas; resulting in $7.5 billion in damage and 50 deaths. At this time, Beryl also began to make a turn to the southwest - however, its weakening trend would continue as it entered into an environment of higher wind shear. By the time the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season officially began on June 1, two named storms had already developed in the tropics. The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season ends Monday. Helene would continue to rush towards Florida, and made landfall near Daytona Beach, Florida at 0:00 UTC on August 31, as it simultaneously weakened to Category 3 status - making landfall at 125 mph. At 12:00 UTC on June 15, an area of low pressure formed just off of the coast of Virginia. 18 hours later, at 0:00 UTC on September 9, Joyce would gain Category 2 status as it continued to intensify. 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. However, Oscar would begin to undergo an eyewall replacement cycle (EWRC) shortly after attaining its peak intensity, which caused it to weaken; along with increased wind shear. The mid-level circulation and remnant moisture would continue to head northwest and would be absorbed by Hurricane Helene by 18:00 UTC that day as it neared the Bahamas. Create your own one in the comments. It includes their duration, names, landfall(s) – denoted by bold location names – damages, and death totals. -- So far, 2024 is the Least active of … This is a table of all of the storms that have formed in the 2024 Atlantic hurricane season. Finally, the remnants of Debby would fully dissipate by 18:00 UTC on July 20, northeast of Puerto Rico. Due to the system's small size, it would complete its transition six hours later, at 12:00 UTC that day. The Atlantic hurricane season is the period in a year from June through November when hurricanes usually form in the Atlantic Ocean. These names will first appear in the 2024 list of storm names. An area of disorganized shower activity developed over Florida on September 23, to the east of Hurricane Milton which had become a Category 3 in the Gulf of Mexico by this time. Tropical Storm Francine never impacted any landmasses, and thus caused only minimal damage. An area of low pressure developed southwest of Jamaica at 0:00 UTC on June 11. Over the following day, the system would change little in strength due to the negative impacts of the Coriolis Effect as it rushed northwest, but at 18:00 UTC on September 3, the depression would intensify into a tropical storm - receiving the name Joyce. The 2024 Atlantic Hurricane Season was a hyperactive tropical cyclone season, featuring 18 named storms, 9 hurricanes, and 4 major hurricanes. In 2024, we'll see Francine and Milton on the list ... the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season officially ends on Nov. 30. Late on September 6, however, Kirk's eye had begun to become disheveled and disappeared entirely from visible imagery by 22:00 UTC that day. Over the following day, the system changed little in intensity and finished its turn to the west. Interaction between two high pressure areas would then cause Helene to slow down and turn north over Florida, falling to Category 2 status six hours later, and then again to Category 1 status at 12:00 UTC, by which point it was near Gainesville. By using this chart, you can clearly see the duration of a storm, how strong is it and which month it formed. Following that, Milton would continue to rapidly intensify all the way up to landfall in Louisiana, tying the record set by Hurricane Laura of 2020 and the 1856 Last Island Hurricane for the strongest Louisiana landfall. The Atlantic hurricane season this year does not begin until June 1st, but the National Hurricane Center has already prepared its list of names to be used for tropical cyclones from 2020 through 2024. As it moved over the Bahamas, however, the wind shear lessened from circa 15 knots to circa 5 knots. The 2005 hurricane season has the most retired names – five – for one season. On March 12, 2025, at the 46th session of the RA IV hurricane committee, the World Meteorological Organization retired the names Helene, Milton, and Oscar from its rotating naming lists due to the number of deaths and amount of damage they caused, and they will not be used again for another Atlantic hurricane. The only time that there is a change in the list is if a storm is so deadlyor costly that the future use of its name o… The season started on June 1, 2024 and ended on November 30, 2024. However, the system remained unusually well organized over the Yucatan peninsula - and when it emerged over the Bay of Campeche shortly before 6:00 UTC on September 11, it was almost a tropical depression. By 12:00 UTC on October 2, the wave entered the Caribbean where it encountered a more favorable environment for cyclogenesis. Over all, Leslie would cause 32 deaths (12 direct, 20 indirect), mostly in Texas and Mexico and would cause $2.5 billion in damages. In addition, Francine and Milton would also be used for the first (and in the case of Milton, only) time this year. The remnants of Milton would continue trekking northeast and would later curve northwards before being absorbed by a larger extratropical system over the state of Michigan by 6:00 UTC on September 27. At 0:00 UTC the following day, Leslie would attain its peak intensity of 65 mph and 995 mb. Oscar would weaken to Category 3 status due to this at 12:00 UTC on October 9, and to Category 2 status twelve hours later. By September 9, the system slowed down and began to organize steadily as it moved northwest towards the Yucatan peninsula. October saw reduced activity, but started off with Hurricane Oscar becoming the season's fourth and last major hurricane in the Northwest Caribbean before meandering northwards and making a landfall in Louisiana. Of these, two became hurricanes. Hurricane Ivan's Review of the 2020 Pacific Typhoon Season, 2021 atlantic spinny cloud season (Free Editing), https://hypotheticalhurricanes.fandom.com/wiki/2024_Atlantic_Hurricane_Season_(Lars)?oldid=534869, Yucatán Peninsula, Cuba, Jamaica, Florida, Louisiana, Mexico. At 18:00 UTC on October 8, an area of low pressure pressure developed as a non-tropical system. On August 13, a low pressure area developed within the tropical wave and it continued to steadily organize and head west-southwest. Upon finishing this loop at 0:00 UTC on September 13, Leslie would assume a northwards track and later a northeastwards track. A tropical wave entered the Caribbean on September 7 and quickly moved across the Caribbean. Nearly 1 million same-sex couple households in 2019, U.S. Census Bureau says. To finish off the month, Tropical Storm Isaac developed east of the Lesser Antilles. Hurricanes Paulette and Sally and Tropical Storms Teddy and Vicky are still active, and a low pressure system off West Africa could develop into a cyclone and would be christened Wilfred. Atlantic hurricane season sets record as Storm Theta forms. Central America (especially Nicaragua and Honduras). Names are retired when hurricanes are so destructive that recycling them would be insensitive. However, Sara would begin to move into a less favorable environment with increased wind shear, and would subsequently fall below hurricane status at 12:00 UTC on December 25. Nadine would hold onto this intensity for an additional 6 hours before its pressure began to rise again at 12:00 UTC that day as it made a dive to the south due to weak steering currents. The 2024 Pacific hurricane season was a record breaking and shattering season.. 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. Milton then began to steadily re-intensify over the Gulf of Mexico while heading steadily west-southwest; it would re-attain hurricane status at 18:00 UTC on September 21. In addition, it is only calculated for full 6 hour advisories. At 18:00 UTC the same day, Gordon would attain its peak intensity of 105 mph and 972 mb. On April 2, CSU also had released their forecast, calling for 15 named storms, 6 hurricanes, and 2 major hurricanes. And on August 9, NOAA would release its final forecast for the 2024 season - calling for 14-18 tropical storms, 5-7 hurricanes, and 1-3 major hurricanes. The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season was the third in a consecutive series of above-average and damaging Atlantic hurricane seasons, featuring 15 named storms, 8 hurricanes, and 2 major hurricanes, which caused a total of over $50 billion (2018 USD) in damages and at least 172 deaths. This was due to the development of a weak La Niña during the month of August, which contributed to increased activity in the months of September and October. The system would continue to organize before coalescing into a tropical depression at 6:00 UTC on October 6 as it turned northwestwards. Six hours after attaining Category 3 status, Milton would attain Category 4 status as it began to turn northwards towards Louisiana, at 6:00 UTC. Also at that time, Joyce began to undergo extratropical transition, a transition it would complete at 6:00 UTC on September 11. Also on that day, Patty began to undergo extratropical transition due to an interaction with a trough to the northwest, a process it would complete at 12:00 UTC on October 15, located northwest of the Canary Islands. The extratropical remnants would curve to the north and then to the east before dissipating by 18:00 UTC on August 24. The newly formed depression began to slow down not too long after it formed and made a small anti-cyclonic loop east of the Carolinas due to an interaction with a low pressure area over the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. List of retired names in this series and replacements: 2016: Julia (Greenland) [Jennifer] 2017: Franklin (US), Harvey (Mexico), Ophelia (US) [Franco, Hank, Odessa] On August 10, a tropical wave emerged off of the coast of Africa and moved generally westwards at a brisk pace. History of Atlantic Hurricane Names. Interaction with an area of high pressure to the west would drag Milton northwestwards for a brief period of time. If you want your own prediction hurricane seasons on YouTube, then you've come to the right place! At 6:00 UTC on September 10, the relatively well-organized system moved over the Yucatan peninsula without having formed into a tropical cyclone. An unusually favorable environment for this latitude would allow the system to maintain its organization as it began to form a more defined center and have its circulation be less elongated. The 2032 Atlantic hurricane season was an Active season, with the first storm Arthur forming on June 2nd.. Late during the month of August, an area of disorganized thunderstorms moved over the central Atlantic. Around this time as well, Sara would turn southwestwards and hold on to its peak intensity into the 25th of December. As Joyce accelerated away and became extratropical later that day, Kirk began to be steered only by the already somewhat weak steering currents. Trekking over waters 0.5C warmer than usual, the system began to steadily organize and a tropical depression form at 6:00 UTC on October 11. Its remnants would continue heading northwest, bringing light rain and minimal damage to the Lesser Antilles. The wave would track generally west-southwest and remain disorganized for the next few days. This season … I have 2023, 2024, 2026, and 2027 available. After transitioning into an extratropical system, the remnants of Chris would continue to race east before dissipating southeast of Nova Scotia by 18:00 UTC that day. Therefore, the system did not cause as much damage as it possibly could have and only cause $200 million in damages along with one fatality - a 33 year old who was electrocuted after touching a downed electrical tower. Steering currents would then bring Kirk to a southeast and later southern direction on September 12 and 13, where Kirk would reach a secondary peak intensity of 60 mph at 12:00 UTC on September 12. The first forecast for the season, as always, was released by TCR on December 12, 2023 - which called for an average season. Beginning at 12:00 UTC that day, just 6 hours after becoming a Category 2 hurricane, Helene would begin to undergo rapid intensification, attaining major hurricane status at 18:00 UTC, and then Category 4 status at 6:00 UTC on August 25. On September 22, Milton began a prolonged stint of rapid intensification, attaining Category 2 status at 12:00 UTC that day, and then major hurricane status 12 hours later at 0:00 UTC on September 23. In addition, Helene would also mark the first major hurricane of the season and its only Category 5 storm. Finally, remember that you can't request a storm to be named after you. As Helene began to bear down on the Lesser Antilles, Helene would continue to intensify. Upon attaining tropical storm status, the system quickly intensified as microwave imagery began to show the development of an eyewall and later an eye. At 12:00 UTC, Joyce would reach its initial peak intensity but it would also begin to enter an area of increased wind shear, causing the small eye it had to collapse and for it to fall to tropical storm status at 0:00 UTC on September 7. The system saw little organizational develop, but at 0:00 UTC on September 24, an area of low pressure developed within the showers. Patty's remnants would then be absorbed by a larger extratropical system by 0:00 UTC on October 18 west of Spain. However, this intensification wouldn't last long, as Rafael began to curve south due to continued ridging, it would encounter a small environment of increased shear; which would cause it to weaken below hurricane status at 18:00 UTC on October 29. Rafael would peak at 70 mph during this phase of intensification, at 12:00 UTC on November 3, before it began to weaken due to upwelling caused by its slow movement. The season started on June 1, 2024 and ended on November 30, 2024. As September 7 came and went, Kirk would enter into a more hostile environment, and thus began to weaken as it continued to head east. 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 emerged off of the coast of Africa on July 11 - this wave and the associated thunderstorm activity were initially disorganized due to hostile conditions, namely cooler SSTs (sea surface temperatures) and increased wind shear. Heading generally west-northwest to a decently favorable environment, the depression would intensify into Tropical Storm Sara at 0:00 UTC on December 24. This season … At 0:00 UTC on April 16, a low pressure area developed within the system, and six hours later, the system would turn slowly to the northeast. By late on December 26, Sara would assume a southwestwards course, where it would continue to weaken, before degenerated into a remnant low over the open Atlantic at 18:00 UTC on December 27; ending the 2024 Atlantic hurricane season. This chart is the whole summary for the season, the definition of the each color in the bottom. These are the world's most historic restaurants. This year's Atlantic hurricane season has been so busy that meteorologists will soon have exhausted all the designated storm names. Starting at 6:00 UTC on September 5, Joyce began to execute a small anti-cyclonic loop as both it and Kirk slowed down in gaining latitude. The season set plenty of records, including the most named storms, the … The season officially started on June 1, 2024, and ended on November 30, 2024 - however, the season is not bound to those dates, as demonstrated by Subtropical Storm Alberto … This was the same list used in the 2018 season, with the exception of the names Francine and Milton, which replaced Florence and Michael respectively. At 6:00 UTC on July 24, Ernesto would attain its peak intensity - which it would maintain until landfall south Mahahual, Mexico at 11:30 UTC that day. The system would then make another turn back to the northwest and succumb to the hostile conditions, degenerating into a remnant low at 12:00 UTC that day. The following list of names was used for named storms that formed in the North Atlantic in 2024. Tropical Storm Beryl also caused $500 million in damage throughout its lifespan, which the majority being in Florida and Louisiana where the system passed near to. The newly formed depression would continue its northwestwards track towards the Yucatan peninsula, changing little intensity. Beryl was the second named storm and second hurricane of the active 2024 Atlantic hurricane season. The season would end up seeing four names, Francine, Helene, Joyce and Sara becoming retired for the damages they would end up causing. The 2024 Atlantic hurricane season was a very hyperactive season, featuring 21 named storms, 12 hurricanes, and 6 major hurricanes which caused a total of over $192.315 billion (2024 USD) in damages. The 2024 season officially began on June 1 and saw the development of 20 tropical depressions, 18 tropical storms, 9 hurricanes, and 4 major hurricanes. Hurricane Ivan's Review of the 2020 Pacific Typhoon Season, 2021 atlantic spinny cloud season (Free Editing), https://hypotheticalhurricanes.fandom.com/wiki/2024_Atlantic_hurricane_season_(Sandy156)?oldid=422980. Effects On August 27, a tropical wave emerged unusually far south off of the coast of Africa from Sierra Leone. From there, Oscar would slowly re-intensify as it raced towards landfall in Louisiana; Oscar would intensify into a Category 3 hurricane again at 10:00 UTC on October 11, as it simultaneously made landfall at the mouth of the Mississippi River. The name lists for 2014 through 2024 are shown in the tables on this page. Starting at 0:00 UTC on August 29, Helene would shift to a northwestwards track while maintaining a general intensity of 150 mph. As it moved northeast, the system would struggle to maintain its organization, and as it curved northwest on September 2 wind shear began to tear the system apart as it fell to 30 mph. Season Summary. The 2024 Atlantic hurricane season was active, but most of the storms were weak. Following Debby being named, it began to intensify quickly over the warm waters of the Main Development Region (MDR). However, a dry air intrusion on September 15 would disrupt the already weak system's circulation, causing it to degenerate into a remnant low at 12:00 UTC on September 15. At this time, Helene stopped gaining latitude and made a small anti-cyclonic loop near the border with South Carolina before heading west-southwest. The new tropical depression moved west-southwest and passed just south of Barbados at 18:00 UTC on August 24, and then just south of St. Vincent and the Grenadines at 0:00 UTC the following day. The depression never matured into a strong system, and impacted Kennedy County, one of the most remotely populated counties in Texas. 1 hurricane, Mexico as Category 2, and Louisana as Cat. By 18:00 UTC on September 25, the remnants of Hurricane Kirk would be absorbed by the trough, ending its 22 days as a tropical or non-tropical system. At 12:00 UTC on September 25, Milton had weakened to a tropical depression while over the state of Missouri and as it simultaneously turned northeastwards. As Gordon began to move out of the area of increased shear, it would bottom out at 50 mph on August 18. The system began to turn to the east as well, and it finished its extratropical transition by 6:00 UTC the following day. This would cause the intermittent burst of convection that kept Nadine alive to become significantly weakened as wind shear began to plague the southern quadrants as well, and such bursts ceased after 6:00 UTC; of which Nadine would degenerate into a remnant low at 12:00 UTC that day. Steering currents would continue to drive Rafael northwest before collapsing, causing Rafael to move significantly slower on November 1, located to the north-northeast of Bermuda. An area of disorganized thunderstorms associated with a tropical wave developed north of Puerto Rico on September 15. The system moved steadily west-southwest and steadily organized over the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico, however, it only slowly organized over the Gulf of Mexico. The only time that there is a change in the list is if a storm is so deadlyor costly that the future use of its name o… Sara would be used for the first time this year, having replaced Sandy, which was retired in 2012, but went unused in 2018. The 2024 Atlantic Hurricane Season was a hyperactive tropical cyclone season, featuring 18 named storms, 9 hurricanes, and 4 major hurricanes. At this time, the weakened Nadine would adjust itself and head northeast before turning east-northeast as wind shear continued to plague the system. 2025 Hurricane Names. Another lull persisted, but by mid-August, Hurricane Gordon had formed and became the season's second hurricane and impacted no landmasses. The mid-level circulation and associated thunderstorm from what was Ernesto would cross into the Eastern Pacific basin and be absorbed by the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) on July 26. At 18:30 UTC that day (September 14), Leslie would make landfall near Port O'Connor, in Texas as a 60 mph storm. 2024 Hypothetical Atlantic Hurricane Season Animation (GiedrusForCat5) funnycomixking 2020. Beginning six hours later, Gordon would begin to undergo extratropical transition - a transition it would complete at 6:00 UTC on August 23. Late on September 20, the system began to move over warmer waters again and into a more favorable environment for regeneration, as it simultaneously turned south and then southwestwards. The World Meteorological Organization has six lists of storm names which are recycled every six years. Overall, Chris caused minimal damage due to it staying out to sea, but did cause 1 death when a 41-year old man drowned off of Cape Cod on June 18 due to rip currents caused by the system. Seasonal Summary. The following list of names was used for named storms that formed in the North Atlantic in 2024. The season also saw the second-highest number of hurricanes on record after 13 of the storms reached hurricane status. Its extratropical remnants would continue heading generally east-northeast and dissipate over the open Atlantic by 12:00 UTC on April 20. In addition, Beryl also caused 4 deaths and 1 indirect death. Kirk would steadily strengthen throughout the day and into September 6. An area of disorganized thunderstorms moved across the northern Atlantic in early August. Jamaica, Yucatán peninsula, Cuba, Florida, Canary Islands, Madeira, Iberian peninsula. One month into the official start of the season, on July 1, CSU would update their forecast again to 16 named storms, 6 hurricanes, and 2 major hurricanes - citing signs of a potential weak La Niña for the main cause of the increased storm count. Cabo Verde, Lesser Antilles, Puerto Rico, Turks and Caicos Islands, The Bahamas. The remains of Francine would then dissipate south of Newfoundland by 6:00 UTC on August 7. This interaction would eventually lead to the formation of an area of low pressure at 6:00 UTC on December 23. The names not retired from this list will be used again in the 2030 season. These systems collectively caused $60.79 billion in damages, and 367 deaths. Accumulated Cyclone Energy is the measure of the power of a tropical system (using knots) of a tropical or subtropical storm multiplied by the length of time it existed - thus making stronger and long-lived systems, like Helene, generate more ACE than weaker and short-lived systems, like Francine. 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