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Tropical Cyclone Model & Best Track Archive for the North Atlantic in 2005

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Other basins in 2005: Eastern North Pacific | Central North Pacific


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OTHER (NON TD)

< 34 kt (39 mph)

CLASSIFIED TD

< 34 kt (39 mph)

TS

34-63 kt

39-73 mph

CAT 1

64-82 kt

74-95 mph

CAT 2

83-95 kt

96-110 mph

CAT 3

96-112 kt

111-129 mph

CAT 4

113-136 kt

130-156 mph

CAT 5

> 136 kt

> 156 mph

Only named storms & depressions, from this year & basin, appear on the map. Paths contain the time the storm spent as an invest.
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Named Storms
Depressions
Invest Areas

Tropical Storm Arlene (01L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 60 knots
June 8 - June 14


Tropical Storm Bret (02L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 35 knots
June 28 - June 30


Hurricane Cindy (03L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 65 knots
July 3 - July 11


Major Hurricane Dennis (04L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 130 knots
July 4 - July 13


Major Hurricane Emily (05L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 140 knots
July 11 - July 21


Tropical Storm Franklin (06L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 60 knots
July 21 - July 31


Tropical Storm Gert (07L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 40 knots
July 23 - July 25


Tropical Storm Harvey (08L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 55 knots
August 2 - August 14


Hurricane Irene (09L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 90 knots
August 4 - August 18


Tropical Storm Jose (11L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 50 knots
August 22 - August 23


Major Hurricane Katrina (12L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 150 knots
August 23 - August 31


Tropical Storm Lee (13L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 35 knots
August 28 - September 3


Major Hurricane Maria (14L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 100 knots
September 1 - September 14


Hurricane Nate (15L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 80 knots
September 5 - September 12


Hurricane Ophelia (16L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 75 knots
September 6 - September 23


Hurricane Philippe (17L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 70 knots
September 17 - September 24


Major Hurricane Rita (18L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 155 knots
September 18 - September 26


Hurricane Stan (20L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 70 knots
October 1 - October 5


Subtropical Storm Unnamed (21L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 45 knots
October 4 - October 5


Tropical Storm Tammy (22L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 45 knots
October 5 - October 6


Hurricane Vince (24L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 65 knots
October 8 - October 11


Major Hurricane Wilma (25L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 160 knots
October 15 - October 26


Tropical Storm Alpha (26L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 45 knots
October 22 - October 24


Major Hurricane Beta (27L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 100 knots
October 26 - October 31


Tropical Storm Gamma (28L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 45 knots
November 14 - November 22


Tropical Storm Delta (29L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 60 knots
November 20 - November 29


Hurricane Epsilon (30L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 75 knots
November 29 - December 9


Tropical Storm Zeta (31L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 55 knots
December 30 - January 7




Tropical Depression Ten (10L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 30 knots
August 13 - August 18


Tropical Depression Nineteen (19L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 30 knots
September 30 - October 2


Subtropical Depression Twenty-two (23L)
Highest Sustained Wind: 40 knots
October 8 - October 14




June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
Arlene
Bret
Cindy
Dennis
Emily
Franklin
Gert
Harvey
Irene
Ten
Jose
Katrina
Lee
Maria
Nate
Ophelia
Philippe
Rita
Nineteen
Stan
21L
Tammy
Twenty-two
Vince
Wilma
Alpha
Beta
Gamma
Delta
Epsilon
Zeta

Please note that the level of development in the storm name and the highest sustained wind on this page reflect the highest levels achieved during the life of the storm as reported by the best track file for each storm. If a storm is currently active, the current winds and level of development as reported by the best track file are noted in blue. (For the latest wind information on an active storm, please visit the agency responsible for issuing forecasts in the particular basin you are looking at.) Winds on this page are 1 minute sustained.