However, they stressed on the uncertainty that the El Niño–Southern Oscillation could be in a warm-neutral phase or weak El Niño conditions by the peak of the season. Tropical Storm Nate affected Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Honduras. Irma continued north-northwestward across Florida and weakened to a tropical storm over the northern part of the state later that day. The post-tropical cyclone moved south and east, before dissipating well west-southwest of the Azores on April 22. [63] The disturbance began to show signs of organization early on July 17,[64] and a tropical depression formed at 06:00 UTC that day. The following list of names was used for named storms that formed in the North Atlantic in 2017. The system weakened to a tropical depression early on August 19 and then degenerated into a tropical wave several hours later. Nonetheless, Rina strengthened into a strong tropical storm with peak winds of 60 mph (97 km/h), while located about 750 mi (1,200 km) south-southeast of Cape Race, Newfoundland. NAMES OF U.S. HURRICANES: ATLANTIC BASIN AND EASTERN NORTH-PACIFIC. Early the next day, the system re-strengthened into a Category 3 hurricane while curving northward around the edge of mid-level high over the western Atlantic. As it started on a northerly track, Rina continued to strengthen despite strong shear and dry air intrusion, and also began to show subtropical characteristics marked by most of the deep convection and strongest winds well removed from the center. [92] The storm devastated several Leeward Islands. Deep convection formed in bands north and east of the center by 00:00 UTC, and gradually on April 19, leading to the formation of a subtropical depression. Steered northwestward by a weak subtropical ridge to the northeast, the depression intensified into Tropical Storm Nate around 06:00 UTC on October 5, about six hours before it made landfall in northeastern Nicaragua. Glossary, Privacy Policy However, by September 4, intensification resumed and Irma gained Category 4 status. In the Greater Houston area, flooding damaged or destroyed more than 300,000 buildings and homes and about 500,000 cars. 5) August 30 th –September 12 th: 185 mph: 914 mb: Multiple llandfalls in the Caribbean; Cudjoe Key, FL; Marco Island, FL: Hurricane Jose (Cat. While slowly moving to the northwest, Cindy's intensification was slow due to the effects of dry air and moderate to strong wind shear. Despite having a low chance of development, a rapid period of organization occurred over the next 24 hours. Harvey's remnants continued into the Bay of Campeche, where more conducive environmental conditions led to the re-designation of a tropical depression around 12:00 UTC on August 23, and subsequent intensification into a tropical storm six hours later. Consequently, wind damage was generally minor. The system recurved northeast after peak intensity and quickly succumbed to strong northerly wind shear and progressively cooler ocean waters; it weakened below major hurricane strength early on September 28, fell below hurricane strength by 18:00 UTC on September 29, and degenerated to a post-tropical cyclone by 06:00 UTC on September 30, after lacking deep convection for over 12 hours. Despite an unfavorable environment, with ocean temperatures near 68 °F (20 °C) and moderate wind shear, convection coalesced near the center and allowed the subtropical depression to become fully tropical by 00:00 UTC on April 20. Get the latest ABC Action Weather Hurricane Coverage here.  The six lists above are used in rotation and re-cycled every six years, i.e., the 2019 list will be used again in 2025. [77] Damage totaled about $15 million. Approximately 330 people were reported as going into storm shelters, and around 2,200 people relocated from the islands near the coastline to farther inland in advance of the storm. 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[9] On May 20, TWC issued an updated forecast, raising their numbers to 14 named storms, 7 hurricanes, and 3 major hurricanes to account for Tropical Storm Arlene as well as the decreasing chance of El Niño forming during the season. [40], Dominica sustained catastrophic damage from Maria, with nearly every structure on the island damaged or destroyed. Jose is the 10th name on the list of planned Atlantic tropical and subtropical storm names for 2017. [101] At the height of the storm, more than 6.7 million electrical customers were without power. The remnant low persisted for another day before dissipating over Missouri. Strong winds downed trees and power lines, in addition to damaging homes and crops. The depression struggled to intensify due to a dry environment caused by a Saharan Air Layer to its east, causing the low-level circulation to weaken. Philippe spawned three F0 tornadoes in southeastern Florida. ... 2017 hurricane names. In other states, the storm left relatively minor flooding, some wind damage, and power outages. In early October, Hurricane Nate became the fastest-moving tropical cyclone in the Gulf of Mexico on record and the third hurricane to strike the contiguous United States in 2017. On July 4, TSR released their fourth forecast for the season, increasing their predicted numbers to 17 named storms, 7 hurricanes, and 3 major hurricanes, due to the fact that El Niño conditions would no longer develop by the peak of the season and the warming of sea-surface temperatures across the basin. [79], Two people drowned due to strong rip currents produced by the hurricane: one in the Outer Banks of North Carolina and the other in Nantucket, Massachusetts. [146], In early November, the NHC began to monitor a non-tropical area of low pressure in the central Atlantic, which had formed at the end of a decaying cold front, for potential tropical development. Check the list. Is your name on the list? The storm devastated some islands in the Bahamas, especially Great Inagua and Crooked islands, with 70% of homes damaged on the former. This is a table of all the storms that formed in the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, besides Potential Tropical Cyclone Ten. Suite 250 [139] The storm left about $225 million in damage in the United States,[136] with the bulk of the damage occurring in coastal Alabama. With a clear eye surrounded by a ring of extremely deep convection, Irma peaked with maximum sustained winds of 180 mph (290 km/h). Names like Katrina (2005), Joaquin (2015), Irma (2017), Maria (2017) and Florence (2018) have been retired. In Florida, rainfall generally ranged from 2 to 4 in (50.8 to 102 mm), though isolated precipitation totals of 10 to 11 in (250 to 280 mm) were reported in eastern Broward and Palm Beach counties. However, as shown by Tropical Storm Arlene in April, the formation of tropical cyclones was possible at other times of the year. The system continued to intensify, and developed into Tropical Storm Don just six hours later. Bret intensified slightly further, peaking with maximum sustained winds of 50 mph (80 km/h) around 02:00 UTC the following day. [34] Harvey killed 108 people, including 107 in the United States[34][90] and one woman in Guyana who died after her house collapsed on her. Leeward Islands, East Coast of the United States, Central America, Cayman Islands, Yucatán Peninsula, Cuba, Florida, This page was last edited on 10 December 2020, at 23:05. Now moving north-northeastward, Nate made a second landfall near Biloxi, Mississippi, at 05:20 UTC. Strong wind shear and land interaction with Cuba prevented further intensification. By October 24, it began interacting with a Central American gyre while situated over the southwestern Caribbean. Nate caused at least 50 deaths, including 16 in Nicaragua,[136] 14 in Costa Rica,[141] 7 in Panama, 5 in Guatemala, 3 in Honduras,[136] 4 in the United States,[136][140] and 1 in El Salvador, with a further 9 missing accumulative of all affected areas. Every year, the National Hurricane Center releases the list of names for the Hurricane Season. The cyclone moved southeast, becoming disconnected from the surrounding environment and gradually losing its frontal characteristics. [84], Harvey originated from a tropical wave that emerged into the Atlantic from the west coast of Africa on August 12. Harvey turned north-northeastward and struck just west of Cameron, Louisiana, as a weak tropical storm around 08:00 UTC on August 30. Up until recently, the list of names was decided and released by the National Hurricane Center (NHC). In Cuba, the provinces of Camagüey, Ciego de Ávila, and Matanzas were hardest hit. [34] Harvey was the first major hurricane to strike the United States since Hurricane Wilma on October 24, 2005—a record 4,323-day span[85]—and the first Category 4 hurricane to strike the United States since Charley in 2004, as well as the first Category 4 to make landfall in Texas since Carla in 1961. [115] Tourists left coastal towns, emergency shelters were opened, and storm drains were cleared before the onset of heavy rainfall. A reconnaissance flight indicated that the system had tropical storm-force winds, though it lacked a well-defined circulation. [36], Some weakening occurred south of the Bahamas, but the cyclone regained Category 5 intensity before making landfall on the Cayo Romano of Cuba at 03:00 UTC on September 9 with winds of 160 mph (260 km/h). [110] Damage in the state reached approximately $337,000. [36], A westward-moving tropical wave exited the west coast of Africa on August 31, organizing into Tropical Storm Jose over the open eastern Atlantic by 15:00 UTC on September 5. [36], As the storm moved through the northern Leeward Islands, its landfall intensity stands behind the 1935 Labor Day hurricane and 2019's Hurricane Dorian as the strongest landfalling cyclone on record in the Atlantic. After attaining peak winds of 50 mph (80 km/h) early on April 21, the storm began to revolve counterclockwise around a larger extratropical low. [11] On May 26, TSR updated its prediction to around the same numbers as its December 2016 prediction, with only a minor change in the expected ACE index amount to 98 units. All NOAA. These agencies include the Tropical Storm Risk (TSR) Consortium of the University College London, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and Colorado State University (CSU). Thereafter, Gert began to rapidly weaken as it moved into sharply cooler waters. [142][145] In the United Kingdom, wind gusts peaked at 71 mph (114 km/h) in County Down, Northern Ireland. [135], A Central American gyre and a tropical wave interacted, spawning a tropical depression about 40 mi (64 km) south of San Andrés Island on October 4. September 2017 Individual Tropical Cyclones; Name Dates of winds >39 mph Maximum Sustained Winds Minimum Central Pressure Landfall; Hurricane Irma (Cat. At 06:00 UTC on August 15, Gert intensified into a Category 1 hurricane. The cyclone moved west-northwestward and strengthened into a hurricane around 18:00 UTC on September 17. The storm steadily weakened over the southeastern United States before losing tropical characteristics in Georgia early on September 12. A light steering pattern caused the storm to emerge into the Gulf of Mexico on August 28, but wind shear only allowed for slight re-intensification. [149] After attaining 1-minute sustained winds of 45 mph (70 km/h), the system subsequently began to undergo an extratropical transition. Around 10:15 UTC on September 20, the hurricane made landfall near Yabucoa, Puerto Rico, as a Category 4 hurricane with winds of 155 mph (249 km/h). Potential tropical cyclones are not included in this table. The wave initially produced disorganized and scattered deep convection as it moved westward. [12], CSU updated their forecast on June 1 to include 14 named storms, 6 hurricanes, and 2 major hurricanes, to include Tropical Storm Arlene. Philippe reached its peak intensity of 40 mph (64 km/h) as recorded on Grand Cayman. The usage of the name "Don" in July garnered some attention relating to United States President Donald Trump. [126] By 06:00 UTC the following day, Lee intensified into a hurricane, based on the presence of an eye on satellite imagery. Hurricanes for 2017 are named from the tropical storm they developed from. This shows how the name lists are recycled every six years. Atlantic Pronunciation Guide (PDF) Since 1953, Atlantic tropical storms had been named from lists originatedby the National Hurricane Center. [41] Maria was the deadliest hurricane in Dominica since the 1834 Padre Ruíz hurricane,[134] and the deadliest in Puerto Rico since the 1899 San Ciriaco hurricane. [122] The NHC monitored the remnants of Lee intermittently for several days, but regeneration was not considered likely. [114], In preparation for Katia, over 4,000 residents were evacuated from the states of Veracruz and Puebla. The 2017 Hurricane Season is here and a full list of this season's storm names has been released. A large mid-latitude low-pressure area offshore Atlantic Canada and the circulation associated with Hurricane Irma resulted in the collapse of steering currents, causing Jose to decelerate and execute a cyclonic loop. [54], In mid-June, two tropical waves and an area of disturbed weather began merging over the western Caribbean Sea. [62] After the wave developed a well-defined circulation and a persistent mass of deep convection, Tropical Depression Four formed at 18:00 UTC on July 5, while situated about 1,545 mi (2,485 km) east of the Lesser Antilles. Low wind shear and warm sea-surface temperatures allowing Jose to quickly strengthen, attaining hurricane intensity late on September 6 and reaching major hurricane status late on September 7. The 2017 list of names for Atlantic storms is the same that was used in 2005, with Katia substituted for Katrina and Whitney instead of Wilma. Remaining well offshore the East Coast of the United States, Jose re-intensified slightly further, attaining a secondary peak intensity as a high-end Category 1 hurricane with winds of 90 mph (140 km/h) around 12:00 UTC on September 17. Contrary to predictions of only gradual organization over the following days, the system rapidly organized, becoming a tropical depression at 18:00 UTC on September 14. [53] In Venezuela, mudslides damaged or destroyed a number of homes on Margarita Island. Along the coastline of the mainland United States, tropical storm-force gusts cut power to hundreds of citizens; rip currents offshore led to four deaths and numerous water rescues. In the tables on this page, you can see that the name list from 2016 is nearly identical to the list that will be used in 2022. [104], The government of Antigua and Barbuda began efforts on September 8 to evacuate the entire island of Barbuda prior to Jose's anticipated arrival, as most structures on the island had been heavily damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Irma. [10] On May 25, NOAA released their prediction, citing a 70% chance of an above average season due to "a weak or nonexistent El Niño", calling for 11–17 named storms, 5–9 hurricanes, and 2–4 major hurricanes. Shortly after attaining peak strength, convection began to wane and became displaced well from the center of the system, while the overall structure became comma-like in appearance on satellite imagery, signifying that Rina was transitioning into a post-tropical cyclone. Such systems are termed "Potential Tropical Cyclones". This document provides a summary of warnings issued for a Potential Tropical Cyclone. Information Quality [142] With approximately €68.7 million (US$81.1 million) in damage,[144] Ophelia was considered the worst storm in Ireland in 50 years. [68], A tropical wave emerged into the Atlantic from the west coast of Africa on July 27. The season became only the sixth to feature at least two Category 5 hurricanes, after 1932, 1933, 1961, 2005, and 2007. The extratropical low made landfall on the west coast of Ireland at Category 1-equivalent intensity later that day, several hours before striking northern Scotland. These dates historically describe the period of year when most tropical cyclones form in the Atlantic basin and are adopted by convention. Gradually, the system became better organized and was able to maintain an area of deep convection to the east of the center. In Costa Rica, precipitation peaked at 19.19 in (487.4 mm) at Marítima, which is located in Puntarenas Province near the town of Quepos. Ophelia became the easternmost major hurricane on record in the Atlantic. Late on October 11, the cyclone intensified into a hurricane and began curving northeastward in response to southwesterly flow associated with a broad mid-latitude trough and an approaching cold front. Nate rapidly weakened to a tropical storm just 40 minutes later and then to a tropical depression late on October 8. [25] Despite an above average number of storms to begin 2017, many were weak and short-lived, resulting in the lowest ACE value for a season's first five named storms on record. Following the formation of a well-defined circulation, the disturbance was upgraded to a tropical depression at 18:00 UTC on August 12 about 265 mi (426 km) northeast of the Turks and Caicos Islands. Ophelia meandered northward, northeastward, and then southeastward over the next few days due to a subtropical ridge to its south and a mid-latitude ridge north of the storm. By Melinda Morris, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune Hate to say this, but hurricane season starts June 1. 2005 saw the most names retired in one year with five; 2017 saw four names removed. The cyclone then intensified into a tropical storm 12 hours later. [68], Following the classification of Tropical Storm Emily, Florida Governor Rick Scott declared a state of emergency for 31 counties to ensure residents were provided with the necessary resources. Pre-season projections noted the potential for a weak to moderate El Niño event to evolve through the summer and fall on the basis of statistical model guidance. Tropical depressions listed below are those that did not reach These 2017 Hurricane Names Will Be Retired. The names Harvey, Irma, Maria, and Nate were retired following the season due to the number of deaths and amount of damage they caused. [58], Early on June 29, the NHC began tracking a tropical wave embedded within a large envelope of deep moisture across the coastline of western Africa. Three deaths were confirmed to have been related to the hurricane, with two from mudslides in Xalapa and one from being swept away by floodwaters Jalcomulco. Miami, FL, 33165 Tropical Depression Six developed at 18:00 UTC on July 30 about 165 mi (266 km) west-northwest of St. Petersburg, Florida. In late August, Hurricane Harvey struck Texas and became the first major hurricane to make landfall in the United States since Wilma in 2005 and the strongest since Charley in 2004. [105] Jose likely produced sustained tropical storm force winds in the northern Leeward Islands, though no observations were available because Irma destroyed or damaged wind instruments. [60], Late on July 15, the NHC highlighted a low-pressure trough over the central Atlantic as having the potential to develop into a tropical cyclone in the coming days. An Australian weatherman gave a storm the first female name and meteorologists in the military named the storms after their wives/girlfriends. Continuing north-northeastward, the extratropical low eventually turned east-northeastward over the Mid-Atlantic and dissipated near Newfoundland on October 11. After peaking with sustained winds of 60 mph (97 km/h) on June 21, Cindy weakened slightly prior to making landfall in Louisiana just east of Sabine Pass on June 22. [52], Bret was the earliest named storm to form in the Main Development Region on record. In the spring of 2012, The WMO retired the names Irene and Philippe were retired due to extensive damage and high death tolls and were replaced with Irma and Porter for the 2017 season. Initially accompanied by a large area of convection, the showers and thunderstorms quickly diminished by later that day. So, although the list of 2017 Hurricanes above is correct, it may skip some names if the underlying tropical storm did not become a hurricane. [67] A combination of reconnaissance data and surface observations from the Windward Islands indicated that Don opened up into a tropical wave around 12:00 UTC on July 18, as it entered the eastern Caribbean Sea. Instead the two systems remained separate, with the first eventually coalescing into Potential Tropical Cyclone Ten on August 27, to the northeast of Florida, and the other low-pressure eventually becoming Hurricane Harvey. * June–November only, Longest: January–November. The cyclone weakened slightly before striking Louisiana near the mouth of the Mississippi River around 00:00 UTC on October 8. It intensified into Tropical Storm Arlene six hours later. After reaching the eastern Caribbean on August 3, convection began increasing. [24], The season's first tropical cyclone, Arlene, developed on April 19 and became only the second tropical storm on record during the month. With four names retired, the 2017 season is tied with the 1955, 1995, and 2004 seasons for the second-highest number of storm names retired after a single Atlantic season, surpassed only by the 2005 season, which had five retired names.[158]. 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