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2008 NOAAWatch Archives

Tropical Cyclones
Learn more about Tropical CyclonesTropical cyclones include depressions, storms and hurricanes. Tropical depressions listed below are those that did not reach tropical storm strength. To view the PDF versions, you may need to install the free Acrobat® Reader. The Microsoft Word® format may require a free viewer.


Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, and Gulf of Mexico
· Tropical Storm ARTHUR -
· Hurricane BERTHA -
· Tropical Storm CRISTOBAL -
· Tropical Storm DOLLY -
· Tropical Storm EDOUARD -
· Tropical Storm FAY -
· Hurricane GUSTAV - NOAA Aerial Photos -
· Tropical Storm HANNA -
· Hurricane IKE - NOAA Aerial Photos -
· Tropical Storm JOSEPHINE -
· Hurricane KYLE -
· Tropical Storm LAURA -
· Tropical Storm MARCO -
· Tropical Storm NANA -
· Hurricane OMAR -
· Tropical Depression SIXTEEN -
· Hurricane PALOMA -

COOPS QuickLook = NOAA CO-OPs (Center for Operational Oceanographic Products) QUICKLOOK Oceanographic and Meteorological Observations


Eastern Pacific
· Tropical Storm ALMA -
· Hurricane Storm BORIS -
· Tropical Storm CHRISTINA -
· Tropical Storm DOUGLAS -
· Tropical Depression FIVE-E -
· Tropical Storm ELIDA -
· Hurricane FAUSTO -
· Hurricane GENEVIEVE -
· Hurricane HERNAN -
· Tropical Storm ISELLE -
· Tropical Storm JULIO -
· Tropical Storm KARINA -
· Tropical Storm LOWELL -
· Hurricane Marie -
· Hurricane Norbert -
· Tropical Storm Odile -
· Tropical Depression SEVENTEEN-E -
· Tropical Storm POLO -

COOPS QuickLook = NOAA CO-OPs (Center for Operational Oceanographic Products) QUICKLOOK Oceanographic and Meteorological Observations


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