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2009 Hurricane Names | 2009 National Hurricane Center 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.

 

2009 Hurricane Names:

Ana
Bill
Claudette
Danny
Erika
Fred
Grace
Henri
Ida
Joaquin
Kate
Larry
Mindy
Nicholas
Odette
Peter
Rose
Sam
Teresa
Victor
Wanda
2009 Named Hurricane Tracks

 

2009 National Hurricane Center Tropical Cyclone Reports:

  • Tropical Depression One – MSWord
  • Tropical Storm Ana – MSWord
  • Hurricane Bill – MSWord
  • Tropical Storm Claudette – MSWord
  • Tropical Storm Danny – MSWord
  • Tropical Storm Erika – MSWord
  • Hurricane Fred – MSWord
  • Tropical Depression Eight – MSWord
  • Tropical Storm Grace – MSWord
  • Tropical Storm Henri – MSWord
  • Hurricane Ida – MSWord
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