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2011 Atlantic Hurricane Season


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The National Hurricane Center's Tropical Cyclone Reports (formerly known as Preliminary Reports) contain comprehensive information on each tropical cyclone, including synoptic history, meteorological statistics, casualties and damages, and the post-analysis best track (six-hourly positions and intensities). Tropical cyclones include depressions, storms and hurricanes. Tropical depressions listed below are those that did not reach tropical storm strength.

  • Tropical Storm Arlene – PDFKMZ
  • Tropical Storm Bret – PDFKMZ
  • Tropical Storm Cindy – PDFKMZ
  • Tropical Storm Don – PDFKMZ
  • Tropical Storm Emily – PDFKMZ
  • Tropical Storm Franklin – PDFKMZ
  • Tropical Storm Gert – PDFKMZ
  • Tropical Storm Harvey – PDFKMZ
  • Hurricane Irene – PDFKMZ
  • Tropical Depression Ten – PDFKMZ
  • Tropical Storm Jose – PDFKMZ
  • Hurricane Katia – PDFKMZ
  • Unnamed Tropical Storm1PDFKMZ
  • Tropical Storm Lee – PDFKMZ
  • Hurricane Maria – PDFKMZ
  • Hurricane Nate2PDFKMZ
  • Hurricane Ophelia – PDFKMZ
  • Hurricane Philippe – PDFKMZ
  • Hurricane Rina – PDFKMZ
  • Tropical Storm Sean – PDFKMZ

  1. This unnamed tropical storm was identified in post-season analysis.
  2. Nate was reclassified to hurricane status in post-storm analysis.
Summary Table

A brief overview of the hurricane season is available in the 2011 Atlantic Annual Summary (PDF).


View the 2011 Atlantic hurricane season in minutes through this NOAA satellite animation.

2011 Atlantic Hurricane Season Track Map
2011 Atlantic Hurricane Season Track Map (click to enlarge)


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