Full list of 2020 storm names
- A – Atiyah (December 8-9, 2019)
- B – Brendan (January 13-14, 2020)
- C – Ciara (February 8-9, 2020)
- D – Dennis (February 15-16, 2020)
- E - Ellen.
- F - Francis.
- G - Gerda.
- H - Hugh.
Herein, what storms have we had in 2020?
- 3.1 Ex-Hurricane Lorenzo.
- 3.2 Storm Amélie.
- 3.3 Storm Bernardo.
- 3.4 Storm Cecilia.
- 3.5 Storm Atiyah.
- 3.6 Storm Daniel.
- 3.7 Storm Elsa.
- 3.8 Storm Fabien.
One may also ask, is there a hurricane coming to the UK?
Currently over the Atlantic, the 160mph Hurricane Lorenzo is set to arrive in the UK towards the middle-part of the week. By the time it arrives in the UK it won't be a hurricane anymore - having weakened to a large storm but it will bring wind and rain.
What storm is hitting the UK?
Flood-hit communities are bracing for further damage, with Storm Jorge forecast to bring heavy rain and strong winds across the UK over the weekend. Parts of Wales and northern England could see between 50 to 80mm of rain on Friday as the storm hits the UK, the Met Office warned.
How do they choose storm names UK?
The criteria we use for naming storms is based on our National Severe Weather Warnings service. This is based on a combination of both the impact the weather may have, and the likelihood of those impacts occurring. A storm will be named when it has the potential to cause an amber or red warning.