Tropical Storm Fabian
It was used on the modern six-year lists in the Atlantic:
- Tropical Storm Fabian (1985) – moved northeast through Atlantic, threatened no land.
- Tropical Storm Fabian (1991) – passed over Isle of Youth and mainland Cuba, but no damage or casualties were reported.
- Tropical Storm Fabian (1997) – formed north of Puerto Rico, moved northeast, caused no damage or casualties.
- Hurricane Fabian (2003) – caused $300 million damage and four deaths after passing directly over Bermuda.
The name Fabian was retired after the 2003 season, and was replaced by Fred in the 2009 Atlantic hurricane season.
The name Fabian was also used for three tropical cyclones in the Western Pacific:
- Tropical Storm Fabian (1981) (T8123, 23W, Unsing)
- Tropical Storm Fabian (1985) (T8501, 02W, Atring) – moderately strong storm that never threatened land.
- Tropical Storm Fabian (1988) (T8815, 12W)
The name Fabian was also used in the Philippines by PAGASA in the Western Pacific, where it replaced the name Feria due to unknown reasons.
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