Some of the names that have been retired over recent years have been Harvey, Irma, Maria, Sandy, Irene and Katrina.
That means these same names, unless they’re retired, will be reused in 2024.
If there would be more than 21 named storms in a season, the naming would be switched over to the Greek alphabet, starting with Alpha, Beta, Gamma and so on.
As for 2020, the list includes, Cristobal, Nana and Wilfred.
Hurricane season officially begins on June 1 and ends Nov. 30.
A hurricane is when maximum sustained winds reach 74 mph or higher. A major hurricane, or Category 3 and above, happens when sustained winds are at 111 mph or more, according to the National Hurricane Center.