Since 1953, the National Hurricane Center release a yearly list of names hurricanes and tropical storms get as they develop. The list has a name starting with every letter of the alphabet, with the exception of Q, U and Z. The national Hurricane center uses the same list every six years, unless a Hurricane is particularly devastating, in which the name will be retired and a new name will be added to the list. Hurricane season runs from June 1, 2012- November 30, 2012.
What Are the 2012 Hurricane Names?
Here is the list of the names for Hurricanes or Tropical storms in 2012.
Many Southeast home and business owners remember the hurricane season of 2005. This was the first year that all of the names were used, as well as the first season that forecasters had to come up with new names for the 6 storms that came after the last name on the list was used, they resorted to using the names of the Greek alphabet.
Keeping Your Home Safe during Hurricane Season
Hurricanes can be devastating for both home and business; there are things that you can do to protect yourself in the face of the storms. One of the most dangerous aspects of hurricanes is the power loss that can go on for days or weeks. During a power outage, some homeowners result to using candles and gas generators to provide them with light and power. These items can be deadly if not used safely. Instead, smart home and business owners in Southeast Florida should consider having a standby home generator installed. Reliable Power Systems, Inc. provided generators that run off both natural and propane gas and range in size from 8KW to 125KW.
Don’t put your family in danger; call Reliable Power Systems, Inc. today.