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The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season list of names includes several that might sound familiar, along with one new name.

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Atlantic hurricane and tropical storm name lists repeat every six years, unless one is so destructive and/or deadly that a committee of the World Meteorological Organization votes to retire that name from future lists.

This avoids the use of, say, Katrina, Sandy or Maria to describe a future weak, open-ocean tropical storm.

In 2018, Sara replaces 2012’s Sandy. Four names were retired from future use after the 2017 hurricane season.