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ballcoach1975
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Hurricane Brian????
      #46851 - Sun Aug 07 2005 02:38 PM

When was the last Hurricane Brian and when will the next hurricane named Brian come about?

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Big Kahuna
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Re: Hurricane Brian???? [Re: ballcoach1975]
      #46853 - Sun Aug 07 2005 02:53 PM

This link should help you with your question. http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/aboutnames.shtml

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sureee.
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Re: Hurricane Brian???? [Re: ballcoach1975]
      #74272 - Thu Jan 18 2007 06:46 PM

They don't reuse names on hurricanes.

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Re: Hurricane Brian???? [Re: sureee.]
      #74273 - Thu Jan 18 2007 07:25 PM

They do recycle names depending on the amout of damage caused. If the damage is enough then that name is retired. See the link posted above...same as below.

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/aboutnames.shtml

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Hurricane Season 2017 13/7/1

Edited by Storm Cooper (Thu Jan 18 2007 07:28 PM)


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Re: Hurricane Brian???? [Re: Storm Cooper]
      #74276 - Sat Jan 20 2007 10:23 PM

Okay, I know this is a very uneducated question, but...How much do the SST's differ from the actual water temps? I am just curious because it has been a warm winter for us in FL and the water temps in the Keys are still in the 80's in the middle of winter??? Thanks in advance
Christine


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Re: Hurricane Brian???? [Re: sara33]
      #74277 - Sun Jan 21 2007 08:24 AM

SSTs are the actual water temps at the surface. Also, I checked a couple websites for current SST and thier anomilies (Product Systems Branch and NOAA) and they both show SSTs from 75-78F with anomilies of about +2-3F for the keys area.. So yeah, it has been warm down here.

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