Wouldn't you rather avoid them both? ;- )
@Massageman lol nah I kind of like hurricanes. It's fun to stay inside and watch the storm
Well, good luck, then! I wouldn't be that daring! I'm just a boring old fuddy-duddy, I guess. :- )
Thanks for most helpful guy :)
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Until the early 1950's, hurricanes were known by the year and their order (of occurrence). Well, it was somewhat confusing since some fast-moving storms even passed up slower-moving ones, thereby screwing up the occurrence order, and it was discovered that a name was easier for everyone to remember, and thereby, eliminated the memory confusion as well. Atlantic storms were named for females through 1978. In 1979, female and male were alternated, and a six-year rotation developed. Therefore, the first storm of 2020 will have the same name as the first storm of 2026 (assuming the names haven't been "retired" for any of several reasons). If it's a really heavy season for storms and the whole list is used, the Greek alphabet will is used to extend the list (hurricane Alpha, Beta, etc.) .