Cruise Ship Weather is watching two new storms forming in the Northeast Pacific Ocean off the coast of Central America and Mexico. If they form, the storms will be named Adrian and Beatriz.
Adrian has a 70% chance of formation in the next five days. Beatriz has a 10% chance of formation in the next five days.
The name Adrian has been used for six tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.
- Tropical Storm Adrian (1981), remained off the coast of Mexico
- Tropical Storm Adrian (1987), looped off the coast of Mexico
- Hurricane Adrian (1993), remained well out to sea
- Hurricane Adrian (1999), remained off the coast of Mexico
- Hurricane Adrian (2005), became a Category 1 hurricane before making landfall in Central America
- Hurricane Adrian (2011), became a strong Category 4 hurricane and passed to the south of the coast of Mexico
The name Beatriz has been used for six tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.
- Hurricane Beatriz (1981), remained far from land
- Tropical Storm Beatriz (1987), formed far from land
- Tropical Storm Beatriz (1993), made landfall in Mexico, killing six
- Hurricane Beatriz (1999), a Category 3 hurricane, possibly became annular
- Tropical Storm Beatriz (2005), never threatened land
- Hurricane Beatriz (2011), a Category 1 hurricane that grazed Mexico and killed four
Northeastern Pacific Tropical Storm Names 2017
Adrian, Beatriz, Calvin, Dora, Eugene, Fernanda, Greg, Hilary, Irwin, Jova, Kenneth, Lidia, Max, Norma, Otis, Pilar, Ramon, Selma, Todd, Veronica, Wiley, Xina, York, Zelda