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Here's mine top 50:

  • Tropical Storm Omeka (2010) - A very rare tropical storm that forms in the CPAC out of nowhere.
  • Hurricane Ophelia (2011) - Environments gave her a second chance to live.
  • Tropical Storm Rolf (2011) - Official or not, a Mediterranean should be notable.
  • Hurricane Igor (2010) - I track the storm from start to end. Of course I love this storm!
  • Hurricane Alex (2010) - 946 mbar is impressive for a Cat. 2.
  • Cyclone Giri (2010) - Small strong storm.
  • Typhoon Megi (2010) - First STY I tracked.
  • Typhoon Ma-on (2011) - For its unusual track.
  • Hurricane Shary (2010) - Smallest storm I tracked.
  • Hurricane Otto (2010) - First subtropical cyclone I tracked.
  • Hurricane Ike (2008) - It wrecked the whole front yard and school was canceled for 3 days.
  • Typhoon Nesat (2011) - I like storms with a large wind field.
  • Hurricane Mitch (1998) - For its track.
  • Tropical Storm Jose (2011) - I like short lived storms, too.
  • Hurricane Katia (2011) - Intensity roller coaster.
  • Hurricane Bob (1991) - Weird track for a storm.
  • Typhoon Tip (1979) - For its size and a confusing track. Heed the size!
  • Cyclone Giovanna (2012) - Some explosive intensification.
  • Hurricane Stan (2005) - That thing intensited fast!
  • Hurricane Noel (2007) - It made landfall in Greenland. How cool is that?
  • Tropical Storm Bret (2011) - Almost immune.
  • Hurricane Paloma (2008) - One direct death for a retired storm. Weird.
  • Hurricane Dora (NATL, 1964) - For its track, almost looks like Isabel's.
  • Hurricane Dora (EPAC, 2011) - For its intensity, it was almost a Cat. 5 hurricane.
  • Hurricane Dennis (2005) - It was still a depression when it hit Indiana, it is just rare.
  • Hurricane Cleo (1964) - Big-Eye Cleo.
  • Hurricane Kenneth (2011) - A late November surprise.
  • Hurricane Cleo (1958) - A catorgory 5 hurricane that never affected land before and after it reached its peak intensity. We need to see those more often.
  • The Perfect Storm (1991) - It did more damage as a subtropical cyclone.
  • Tropical Depression Nineteen (1970) - Lasted so long as a depression, and yet it is the wettest tropical cyclone in Puerto Rico (40 INCHES of rain).
  • Hurricane Celia (NATL, 1970) - I called that real rapid deepening, from TS to catorgory 3.
  • Tropical Depression Five (2010) - 12 hours between birth and death.
  • Tropical Depression Eleven-E (2010) - A lot of damage and deaths for a TD.
  • Cyclone Yasi (2011) - The damage looked insane in Australia, yet it is not retired.
  • Cyclone Bune (2011) - One of the most beautiful storms I ever seen.
  • Tropical Storm Talas (2011) - Mistakes were made by JMA, never get fooled by its eye!
  • Tropical Storm Alma (2008) - Didn't see its retirement coming.
  • Hurricane Iris (2001) - And yet so close to crossing from NATL to EPAC.
  • Tropical Storm Don (2011) - It went into a meltdown after meeting dry air.
  • Typhoon Wayne (1986) - Crazy track.
  • Tropical Storm Fernanda (2011) - The only storm that didn't reach hurricane strength in the 2012 Pacific hurricane season.
  • Subtropical Storm Andrea (2007) - It was so beautiful.
  • Groundhog Day Tropical Storm (1952) - Did Florida have groundhogs back then?
  • Hurricane Ethel (1960) - It strenghened fast, and it weakened fast.
  • Subtropical Storm (hurricane) One (1968) - It reached hurricane strengh!
  • Tropical Storm Virginia (1968) - It transitioned into a extratropical cyclone near Gulf of Alaska.
  • Tropical Storms Ione 1 & 2 (1970) - 2 TS that shares the same name.
  • Tropical Storm Jenny-Katherine (1963) - 1 TS that has 2 names.
  • Tropical Storm Gwen (1960) - Not officially a TS.
  • Hurricane Xina (1985) - It made a loop.

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