The 2024 Atlantic hurricane season was a above average hurricane season that featured activity almost everywhere in the Atlantic ocean, it offically began on June 1 and ended on November 30 these dates determine troical and subtropical activity, with the most storms forming in between August and October, storms can form at anytime. The season was fairly notable for having two category five hurricanes Kirk and Ernesto which caused devastation in Florida and Cuba. Beryl caused moderate damage due to flooding around the Florida panhandle and Nadine caused freezing rains across Florida and the Carolinas after it seperated from a nor'easter.
This was the fallowing list of names used to name tropical and subtropical storms during the year, any unused names are marked in gray. And any unused names will be used in 2030, this same list was used in 2018, with the exception of the names Dorothy, Grayson, Hyacinth and June which replaced the retired names Debby, Gordon, Helene and Joyce which were retired after 2018, the names Grayson, Hyacinth and June were used for the first time as the name Dorothy was not used for the first time since it was last used in 1977.
List for 2024
In Spring of 2025 the WMO retired the names Ernesto and Kirk due the devasation they caused to Florida and Cuba the names will never be used again to name another Atlantic tropical cyclone, instead the names Elton and Kendall were chosen to replace the names in 2030