Hurricane Frances (disambiguation)
The name Frances was used for eight tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean. It was even with Arlene as the most-used Atlantic storm name, but fell to second place when Arlene was used for the first storm of the 2005 season.
- 1961's Hurricane Frances: Caused flooding in Puerto Rico, peaked at Category 3 west of Bermuda, subtropical at Nova Scotia
- 1968's Tropical Storm Frances: Travelled across the central Atlantic Ocean without affecting land
- 1976's Hurricane Frances: Curved over the central Atlantic, affected the Azores as an extratropical storm
- 1980's Hurricane Frances: Travelled up the central Atlantic Ocean without affecting land
- 1986's Hurricane Frances: Briefly drifted over the western Atlantic but never affected land
- 1992's Hurricane Frances: Threatened Bermuda but did not strike the island, then hit Spain as an extratropical storm
- 1998's Tropical Storm Frances: A weak storm that caused flooding in East Texas and southern Louisiana
- 2004's Hurricane Frances: A powerful Category 4 hurricane that struck the Bahamas, and later, as a Category 2 storm, moved extremely slowly over Florida, causing billions in damage
The name Frances was retired after the 2004 season, and was replaced by Fiona in the 2010 season.
|This article includes a list of named storms that share the same name (or similar names).
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