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Since 1950, multiple storms that should've been retired WEREN'T retired. Thus, in February 2022, SDTWFC decided to do a post analysis review of those storms, to decide if they should have been retired or not have been retired, and if they the intensity was as listed. This list only contains East Pacific and Atlantic names. Names found to be not substantial to be retired will be unretired, and brought back into current naming lists starting 2024. The only exception to this is if the names were used before current naming lists started in 1979. All monetary values are listed in 2017 dollars. The requirements to be considered worthy of retirement, according to the SDTWFC, is to have caused at least $750 million dollars in damage or 100 deaths. A few exceptions are allowed. These include record-breaking storms, most category 5 hurricanes, storms with a name that is publicly unacceptable, or storms that devastated the country(ies) they affected without causing significant damage or deaths. Storms that fit into this category are Hurricane Leslie (2000), Hurricane Edith (1971), Tropical Storm Isis (2010), and Hurricane John (1994). Also, names in the 1950, 1951, and 1952 Atlantic hurricane season were not examined, as those names were experimental.


List of retired names

Atlantic

Category 4 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Ione 1955.png
Duration September 12 – September 22
Peak intensity 215 km/h (130 mph) (1-min)  950 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Ione, 1955

Main Article:Hurricane Ione

Hurricane Ione was found to have caused $1.1 billion in damages and killed over 300 people, leading to the retirement of the name.
Category 3 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hurricane Alma (1966).jpg
Duration June 4 – June 13
Peak intensity 205 km/h (125 mph) (1-min)  970 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Alma, 1966

(Intensity the same due to lack of data)

Hurricane Alma was found to have killed 91 people and caused $1.6 billion in damages. This led to the SDTWFC retiring the name Alma. Alma in 1970 and 1974 were renamed Alexis.
Category 3 tropical cyclone (NHC)
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Duration August 29 – September 4
Peak intensity 185 km/h (115 mph) (1-min)  973 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Francelia, 1969

(Intensity the same due to lack of data)

Hurricane Francelia only caused $281 million in damages, 271 people were killed, leading to the SDTWFC deciding to retire the name.
Tropical storm (NHC)
Doria 1971.png
Duration August 20 – August 29
Peak intensity 95 km/h (60 mph) (1-min)  990 hPa (mbar)

Tropical Storm Doria, 1971

(Intensity lowered from 65 mph/989 mBar)

Doria only killed 7 people, but caused $873 million in damages. This led to the STDWFC retiring the name, which will never be used again for a tropical cyclone in the Atlantic.
Category 5 tropical cyclone (NHC)
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Duration September 5 – September 18
Peak intensity 260 km/h (160 mph) (1-min)  943 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Edith, 1971

(Intensity found to be the same)

Hurricane Edith only killed 37 people and caused $200.5 million in damages. However, Edith made landfall in Nicaragua as a category 5, leading to the retirement of its name by the SDTWFC for being significant. It will never be used again.
Tropical storm (AMS)
Claudette 24 jul 1979 2040Z TN.jpg
Duration July 16 – July 29
Peak intensity 75 km/h (45 mph) (1-min)  999 hPa (mbar)

Tropical Storm Claudette, 1979

(Intensity lowered from 50 mph/997 mBar)

Claudette was found to have caused $1.3 billion in damages, but only killed 2 people. The damage was enough to get the name retired, and the name Claudette was retired and replaced with Charlotte for the 2027 season.
Category 2 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Juan 28 oct 1985 2034Z N9.jpg
Duration October 26 – November 1
Peak intensity 155 km/h (95 mph) (1-min)  871 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Juan, 1985

(Intensity raised from 85 mph/971 mBar)

Juan killed 12 people, but caused $3.4 billion in damages, which sealed its retirement by the SDTWFC, somehow dodging retirement from the WMO. Juan was retired in 2003, which was replaced by Joaquin. Joaquin was retired in 2015, and was replaced by Julian. Julian was not retired in 2021, and was put back on the list for 2026, but was taken down after the retirement of 1985 Juan. Julian was replaced with Jeremiah. If Jeremiah is retired, Julian will replace it.
Category 4 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Kate 20 nov 1985 1950Z N9.jpg
Duration November 15 – November 23
Peak intensity 220 km/h (140 mph) (1-min)  949 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Kate, 1985

(Intensity raised from 120 mph/953 mBar)

Kate killed 15 and caused $1.6 billion in damages, which led to its retirement by the SDTWFC. The name Kelly was chosen as its replacement in the 2027 season.
Tropical storm (NHC)
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Duration June 24 – June 27
Peak intensity 65 km/h (40 mph) (1-min)  1000 hPa (mbar)

Tropical Storm Allison, 1989

(Intensity lowered from 50 mph/999 mBar)

Tropical storm Allison was found to have killed 11 and caused roughly $900 million in damages. This led to the name being retired by the SDTWFC. It was replaced by Andrea, which was reitred in 2001. The name Andrea was replaced with Aileen for the 2025 season.
Category 3 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Gert 20 September 1993 (New Version).jpg
Duration September 14 – September 26
Peak intensity 185 km/h (115 mph) (1-min)  969 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Gert, 1993

(Intensity raised from 105 mph/970 mBar)

Gert was found to have caused $287 million in damages and killed 139. The death toll is what provoked the SDTWFC to retire the name Gert, replacing it with Gerald fro the 2023 season.
Tropical storm (NHC)
Alberto Jul 3 1994 2219Z.png
Duration June 30 – July 7
Peak intensity 95 km/h (60 mph) (1-min)  994 hPa (mbar)

Tropical Storm Alberto, 1994

(Intensity lowered from 65 mph/993 mBar)

Alberto was found to have killed 30 and caused $1.7 billion in damages. This led to the SDTWFC retiring the name. Alberto was used in the seasons 200, 2006, 2012, and 2018 due to the fact that the name wasn't retired until 2022. Alberto was replaced with Anthony for the 2024 season.
Tropical storm (NHC)
Hurricane Gordon 1994 nov 18 1308Z.jpg
Duration November 8 – November 21
Peak intensity 110 km/h (70 mph) (1-min)  988 hPa (mbar)

Tropical Storm Joyce (Gordon), 1994

(Intensity lowered from 85 mph/980 mBar)

SDTWFC found that 3 TD's reached TS status, adding 3 names to the list. was found to have caused $981 million in damages, but that total pales in comparison to the whopping 1,147 deaths caused by Joyce. By some astronomical chance, the name wasn't retired by the WMO. However, the SDTWFC did retire the name, but not until 2022. The name chosen to replace it was Johanna.


Category 2 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hurricane Erin AVHRR High res.jpg
Duration July 31 – August 6
Peak intensity 165 km/h (105 mph) (1-min)  972 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Erin, 1995

(Intensity raised from 100 mph/973 mBar)

The SDTWFC found Erin in to have killed 12 people and caused $1.1 billion in damages. This led to the retirement to the name, and the name Erin was replaced with Elise for the 2025 season.
Category 3 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hurricane Lili (1996) Visible.gif
Duration October 14 – October 30
Peak intensity 185 km/h (115 mph) (1-min)  961 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Marco (Lili), 1996

(Intensity lowered from 115 mph/960 mBar)

Previously Lili, but the SDTWFC crew found that an unnamed storm in Lake Huron should have been named, adding a name to the list. Marco was found to have killed 22 and caused $1 billion in damages. This led to the SDTWFC retiring the name. In 2002, the name Marco was retired and replaced by Mason for the 2026 season.
Category 3 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hurricane Bonnie 26 aug 1998 2005Z.jpg
Duration August 19 – August 30
Peak intensity 195 km/h (120 mph) (1-min)  955 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Bonnie, 1998

(Intensity raised/lowered from 115 mph/954 mBar)

Bonnie was found to have killed 5 people and caused $1.5 billion in damages, leading to its retirement. The name Bonnie was replaced with Barbara for the 2022 season.
Category 2 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Irene 10-18-1999 1531Z.png
Duration October 13 – October 24
Peak intensity 155 km/h (95 mph) (1-min)  964 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Irene, 1999

(Intensity lowered from 110 mph/958 mBar)

The SDTWFC found that Irene had killed 18 people and caused $1.2 billion in damages. This led to Irene's retirement. Irene was previously retired and replaced with Irma. Irma was retired in 2017 and replaced with Imogen. Imogen was taken off the list for 2023 and replaced by Ivonne. If Ivonne is retired, it will be replaced by Imogen.
Tropical storm (NHC)
Tropical Storm Leslie (2000).jpg
Duration October 4 – October 12
Peak intensity 65 km/h (40 mph) (1-min)  1007 hPa (mbar)

Tropical Storm Michael (Leslie), 2000

(Intensity lowered from 45 mph/1006 mBar)

Previously Leslie, but the SDTWFC found that a TD reached TS intensity, adding a name to the list. post-analysis for Michael revealed that 3 were killed and $1.3 billion in damages was caused, which led the SDTWFC to retire the name Michael. The name Muelu was chosen for the 2024 season.
Category 5 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hurricane Emily 16 july 2005 1545Z.jpg
Duration July 11 – July 21
Peak intensity 270 km/h (165 mph) (1-min)  929 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Emily, 2005

(Intensity raised from 160 mph/929 mBar)

Emily somehow wasn't retired in 2005, despite causing $1.3 billion, killing 17, and being a category 5. Those are the factors that allowed it to be retired by the SDTWFC. Emily was replaced with Evelyn for the 2023 season.
Category 3 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hurricane Dolly July 23, 2008.jpg
Duration July 20 – July 27
Peak intensity 185 km/h (115 mph) (1-min)  959 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Dolly, 2008

(Intensity raised from 100 mph/963 mBar)

Dolly in 2008 was found to have caused $1.5 billion in damages and killed 22. This caused Dolly to be retired. It was replaced with Dalia for the 2026 season.
Category 1 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hanna 2008-09-01 over Bahamas.jpg
Duration August 28 – September 12
Peak intensity 130 km/h (80 mph) (1-min)  980 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Hortense (Hanna), 2008

(Lowered from 85 mph/977 mBar)

Hanna caused $200 million in damages and killed 537 people. This caused the SDTWFC to retire the name. Hortense was unretired in 1996, so Hanna was replaced with Hortense for the 2008 season. Hortense was subsequently replaced with Hanna.

Category 3 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hurricane Alex (2010).jpg
Duration July 25 – August 2
Peak intensity 205 km/h (125 mph) (1-min)  950 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Andrew (Alex), 2010

(Intensity raised/lowered from 110 mph/946 mBar)

SDTWFC found that Andrew in 1992 was actually an unnamed TS, so Andrew was never retired. The SDTWFC crew found that Andrew in 2010 killed 73 people and caused $2.1 billion in damages. This led to Andrew being retired for the 2022 season. Andrew was replaced with Adam. If Adam gets retired, it will be replaced by Alex.
Category 4 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Karl 2010-09-17 1215Z.png
Duration September 14 – September 18
Peak intensity 215 km/h (130 mph) (1-min)  948 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Karl, 2010

(Intensity raised from 125 mph/956 mBar)

SDTWFC found that Karl had caused $4.1 billion in damages and killed 22 people. This led to the SDTWFC replacing Karl with Kevin for the 2022 season.
Tropical storm (NHC)
Tropical Storm Lee on 2nd Sept 2011.JPG
Duration September 2 – September 5
Peak intensity 75 km/h (45 mph) (1-min)  997 hPa (mbar)

Tropical Storm Lee, 2011

(Intensity lowered from 60 mph/986 mBar)

Lee was discovered to have caused $1.8 billion in damages and killed 21. Lee in 2017 was replaced to Leonardo. Leonardo was retired and replaced with Liam.
Category 1 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hurricane Isaac (2012) - New.jpg
Duration August 21 – September 1
Peak intensity 120 km/h (75 mph) (1-min)  973 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Isaac, 2012

(Intensity lowered from 80 mph/965 mBar)

SDTWFC found that Isaac had caused $2.5 billion in damages and killed 41. The damage caused led to its retirement. Isaac in 2018 was retired as Israel, and replaced with Ishmael.
Category 3 tropical cyclone (NHC)
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Duration August 2 – August 6
Peak intensity 185 km/h (115 mph) (1-min)  964 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Earl, 2016

(Intensity raised from 85 mph/979 mBar)

Earl was retired by the SDTWFC for causing roughly $1 billion in damages and killing 114 people, according to the re-imagined analysis. Re-imagined analysis's started in 2016, but before 2016, post-analysis's took place that didn't alter the damage or deaths a storm caused. The name Earl was replaced with Ethan for the 2022 season.


Pacific

Category 4 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hurricane Liza (1976) Colored.jpg
Duration September 25 – October 2
Peak intensity 235 km/h (145 mph) (1-min)  946 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Madeline (Liza), 1976

(Intensity raised from 140 mph/948 mBar)

Previously Liza, but the SDTWFC crew found that a TD reached tropical storms status, adding a name to the list. The WMO never retired Madeline, but Madeline was removed form modern naming lists in 1978, meaning that, although not currently on the lists, it can be put on the lists if an "L" name gets retired. Deaths from Madeline were estimated at 1,283 and damages at $430 million. These totals caused the SDTWFC to retire the name Madeline.
Category 4 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Norman Sept 2 1978 0600Z.png
Duration August 30 – September 6
Peak intensity 220 km/h (140 mph) (1-min)  <955 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Norman, 1978

(Intensity the same due to lack of data)

Hurricane Norman killed 4-21 people, and caused $1.1 billion in damages. This convinced the SDTWFC to retire the name Norman and replace it with Nathan for the 2018 season.
Tropical storm (NHC)
TS Aletta (1982).jpg
Duration May 20 – May 29
Peak intensity 85 km/h (50 mph) (1-min)  998~ hPa (mbar)

Tropical Storm Aletta, 1982

(Intensity lowered from 65 mph/??? mBar)

The SDTWFC found that Aletta killed 308-583 people and caused $1.1 billion in damages. The SDTWFC retired the name and replaced it with Anya for the 2018 season.
Category 3 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hurricane Paul 1982.jpg
Duration September 18 – September 30
Peak intensity 195 km/h (120 mph) (1-min)  968~ hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Sergio (Paul), 1982

(Intensity raised from 110 mph/??? mBar)

Sergio was found to have killed upwards of 2,500 people and caused $3 billion in damages, The name Sergio was retired by the SDTWFC and replaced with Steve for the 2018 season.
Tropical storm (NHC)
Tropical Storm Octave 28 Sep 1983 2248z.png
Duration September 27 – October 2
Peak intensity 65 km/h (40 mph) (1-min)  1000~ hPa (mbar)

Tropical Storm Raymond (Octave), 1983

(Intensity lowered from 50 mph/??? mBAr)

SDTWFC found that TD's reached TS storm status, adding 2 names to the list. The SDTWFC crew discovered that Raymond killed 14 people and caused $1.2 billion in damages. This led to Raymond's retirement.Raymond was replaced with Richie for the 2019 season.
Category 4 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Tico 18 October 1983.jpg
Duration October 11 – October 19
Peak intensity 240 km/h (150 mph) (1-min)  940~ hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Winnie (Tico), 1983

(Intensity raised from 130 mph/??? mBar)

SDTWFC found that TD's reached TS storm status, adding 2 names to the list. The SDTWFC crew discovered that Raymond killed 14 people and caused $1.2 billion in damages. This led to Raymond's retirement. Raymond was replaced with Richie for the 2019 season. Winnie was found to have killed 141 and caused $700 million. This led to the SDTWFC retiring the name and replacing it with Wonder for the 2020 season.
Tropical storm (NHC)
Beatriz 93 nearlandfall.jpg
Duration June 18 – June 20
Peak intensity 65 km/h (40 mph) (1-min)  1002 hPa (mbar)

Tropical Storm Beatriz, 1993

(Intensity lowered from 65 mph/995 mBar)

Beatriz was discovered to have killed 6 people, but caused $2.9 billion in damages. This caused the SDTWFC to retire the name Beatriz and replace it with Bethany for the 2023 season.
Category 5 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hurricane John 23 aug 1994 1739Z.jpg
Duration August 11 – September 10
Peak intensity 285 km/h (180 mph) (1-min)  915 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane John, 1994

(Intensity raised from 175 mph/929 mBar)

John wasn't retired by the SDTWFC because of the damage or deaths it caused, but rather the sheer strength and distance traveled. The name John was replaced by Jeremy for the 2018 season.
Category 2 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Rosa oct 13 1994 1800Z.jpg
Duration October 8 – October 15
Peak intensity 155 km/h (100 mph) (1-min)  980 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Rosa, 1994

(Intensity lowered from 105 mph/ 974 mBar)

Rosa was retired by the SDTWFC due to killing 22 people and causing $1.1 billion in damages within Texas alone. The name Rosa was replaced with Ruth for the 2018 season.
Category 5 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hurr-linda-19970912-vis.jpg
Duration September 9 – September 21
Peak intensity 295 km/h (185 mph) (1-min)  902 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Marty (Linda), 1997

(Intensity found to be the same)

SDTWFC found a TD became a TS, adding a nme to the list. The SDTWFC retired Marty due to its historic strength and intensity. It was replaced with McKinley for the 2021 season.
Tropical storm (NHC)
Agatha 29 May 2010 AVHRR.jpg
Duration May 29 – June 1
Peak intensity 85 km/h (50 mph) (1-min)  998 hPa (mbar)

Tropical Storm Agatha, 2010

(Intensity raised from 45 mph/1001 mBar)

Tropical Storm Agatha was found to have killed 208 people and caused $1.2 billion in damages. The SDTWFC retired the name, and replaced Agatha with Anastasia for the 2022 season.
Tropical storm (NHC)
11-E sept 3 2010 1745Z.jpg
Duration September 3 – September 4 (Exited Basin)
Peak intensity 65 km/h (40 mph) (1-min)  1002 hPa (mbar)

Tropical Storm Howard (12-E), 2010

(Intensity raised from 35 mph/1004 mBar)

The SDTWFC crew found that Tropical Depression before Twelve-E was briefly a tropical storm, adding a name to the list. Twelve-E itself was also found to have brefily been a tropical storm. This allowed it to be given the name Howard. Howard killed 152 people and caused $560 million in damages. Howard was replaced with Harry for the 2022 season.


List of unretired names

Atlantic

Category 4 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Edna 1954 surface analysis.png
Duration September 2 – September 15
Peak intensity 220 km/h (135 mph) (1-min)  941 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Hazel, 1954

Main Article:Hurricane Hazel

Hazel (Edna) was retired by the NHC, despite only causing $389 million in damages and 29 deaths. The SDTWFC unretired the name.
Category 4 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hurricane Greta 1978.jpg
Duration September 13 – September 23
Peak intensity 240 km/h (150 mph) (1-min)  942 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Greta, 1978

(Raised from 140 mph/947 mBar)

Greta, despite damaging 5,000 homes, only killed 5 people and caused $97 million dollars in damage. According to SDTWFC, this was not significant enough to be retired. Due to being before 1978, the name will not be used in a current naming list. However, Greta is a possible candidate to replace a female "G" name.
Category 1 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hurricane Klaus 05 oct 1990 1738Z.jpg
Duration October 3, 1990 – October 9, 1990
Peak intensity 120 km/h (75 mph) (1-min)  988 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Klaus, 1990

(Lowered from 80 mph/985 mBar)

Even though Klaus caused major damage in Martinique, the monetary damages and deaths, $2 million and 11, were no where near close to be significant enough to be retired. The name Klaus will replace Kyle for the 2026 season. If Klaus is retired, Kyle will replace it.
Category 4 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hurricane Hortense 12 sept 1996 1800Z.jpg
Duration September 3 – September 16
Peak intensity 250 km/h (155 mph) (1-min)  930 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Hortense, 1996

(Intensity raised from 140 mph/953 mBar)

Despite causing a major disaster in most of Puerto Rico, Hortense only caused $300 million in damages and killed 39. When Hanna in 2008 was retired, the SDTWFC changed the name to Hortense. Hortense in 2008 was replaced with Hanna.

Category 5 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Igor sept 13 2010 1315Z.jpg
Duration September 8 – September 23
Peak intensity 260 km/h (160 mph) (1-min)  922 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Igor, 2010

(Intensity raised from 155 mph/924 mBar)

SDTWFC found that Igor only caused $225 million in damages, and killed 4 people. This was deemed insignificant enough to be retired, despite briefly becoming a category 5. Ian in 2016 was retired as Ian, but the name Igor will replace Irvin for the 2028 season. If Igor is retired, it will be replaced with Irvin.

Category 2 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Otto 2016-11-24 1415z.png
Duration November 20 – November 26
Peak intensity 180 km/h (110 mph) (1-min)  979 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Otto, 2016

(Lowered from 115 mph/975 mBar)

Despite being one of the worst storms to effect Costa Rica, monetary damages, $190 million, and deaths, 23, were considered to be insufficient to support the reason for retirement, thus causing SDTWFC to unretire the name. Otto will be put back on the naming list for 2022. If Otto, is retired, Owen will replace it.


Pacific

Category 1 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Adele 1970.jpg
Duration May 30 – June 7
Peak intensity 140 km/h (85 mph) (1-min)  992 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Adele, 1970

(Intensity stays the same due to lack of information)

Adele was retired in 1970 for unknown reasons, despite causing no deaths or damage. Due to being before 1979, the SDTWFC decided to use Adele as a possible replacement name for female "A" names in the future.
Tropical storm (NHC)
Knut 29 aug 1987 1553.jpg
Duration August 28 – August 30
Peak intensity 65 km/h (40 mph) (1-min)  1001 hPa (mbar)

Tropical Storm Knut, 1987

(Intensity stays the same)

Knut was retired in 1992 for unknown reasons. The SDTWFC found no reason to not unretire it, so they replaced Kenneth with Knut in the 2023 season. If Knut is retired, Kenneth will replace it.
Category 3 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Iva 07 aug 1988 2258Z.jpg
Duration August 5 – August 13
Peak intensity 185 km/h (115 mph) (1-min)  966 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Iva, 1988

(Intensity raised from 105 mph/968 mBar)

Iva was retired to prevent confusion with Iwa, a hurricane previously retired in 1982 for major damage in Hawaii. However, the SDTWFC found this to be an unsuitable reason to retire a name. Iva was unretired and will replace it's replacement name, Ileana, for the 2018 season. If Iva is retired, Ileana will replace it.
Category 4 tropical cyclone (NHC)
Hurricane Fefa 11 aug 1991 STS043 .jpg
Duration July 29 – August 8
Peak intensity 215 km/h (130 mph) (1-min)  953 hPa (mbar)

Hurricane Fefa, 1991

(Intensity raised from 120 mph/959 mBar)

Fefa was retired for unknown reasons, leading to its unretirement. It will replace Felicia in 2021 season. If Fefa is retired, Felicia will replace it.
Tropical storm (NHC)
Alma 29 May 2008.jpg
Duration May 29 – June 1
Peak intensity 75 km/h (45 mph) (1-min)  1000 hPa (mbar)

Tropical Storm Alma, 2008

(Intensity lowered from 65 mph/994 mBar)

Alma was retired despite its low damage and death tolls, which were just $40 million and 11. Due to this, the SDTWFC unretired it and replaced Amanda in the 2020 season with Alma .If Alma is retired, Amanda will replace it.

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