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2014 Eastern Pacific Hurricane Names | 2014 Eastern Pacific Tropical Cyclone Reports

Hurricanes are named alphabetically from a predetermined list beginning the letter “A” through “W”, excluding names that begin with “Q” or “U.”

A storm is first named by the National Hurricane Center when the system becomes a tropical storm and the name remains as it develops into a hurricane or until it dissipates.

The most devastating hurricane names are retired and another name replaces it.

2014 Eastern Pacific Tropical Storm / Hurricane Names:

  • Amanda
  • Boris
  • Cristina
  • Douglas
  • Elida
  • Fausto
  • Genevieve
  • Hernan
  • Iselle
  • Julio
  • Karina
  • Lowell
  • Marie
  • Norbert
  • Odile
  • Polo
  • Rachel
  • Simon
  • Trudy
  • Vance
  • Winnie
  • Xavier
  • Yolanda
  • Zeke

2014 National Hurricane Center Eastern Pacific Tropical Cyclone Reports

  • NOTE: Cycle Reports will be posted after hurricane season, typically late spring

 

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