Thanks Jason...Yes it would be named Arlene (assuming nothing else pops up here first) but at this time of year, i wouldn't give it too much chance of developing on this side of the pond...
Actually they changed the policy on that a couple years ago... if they don't deem the storm to have 'dissipated' it will retain it's original name. The first run they had with the new policy was Iris in 2001, but for some reason they did deem the system dissipated and renamed the remnants Manuel on the Pacific side.
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