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Mrs. Tate's Research Question of the Month
Mrs. Tate's Research Question of the Month
Vandergriff Communications
Monday, September 10, 2018

The World Meteorological Organization is in charge of assigning names to tropical storms that originate in the Atlantic Ocean and reach a sustained wind speed of 39 miles per hour. Any storm that reaches a sustained wind speed of 74 miles per hour is called a "hurricane."  

When a storm becomes a hurricane, it keeps the name that it was given as a tropical storm. The World Meteorological Organization has six lists of storm names which are recycled every six years.

Using the list of hurricane names for 2018, find the hurricane name that starts with the same first letter of your own name.  That is the only name that will appear as your answer.