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atlantic pacific hurricane season names 2013

Atlantic Hurricane Season 2013

Storm names

The following names will be used for named storms that form in the North Atlantic in 2013. Retired names, if any, will be announced by the World Meteorological Organization in the spring of 2014. The names not retired from this list will be used again in the 2019 season. This is the same list used in the 2007 season, except for Dorian, Fernand, and Nestor which replaced Dean,Felix, and Noel respectively.

  • Andrea (unused)
  • Barry (unused)
  • Chantal (unused)
  • Dorian (unused)
  • Erin (unused)
  • Fernand (unused)
  • Gabrielle (unused)
  • Humberto (unused)
  • Ingrid (unused)
  • Jerry (unused)
  • Karen (unused)
  • Lorenzo (unused)
  • Melissa (unused)
  • Nestor (unused)
  • Olga (unused)
  • Pablo (unused)
  • Rebekah (unused)
  • Sebastien (unused)
  • Tanya (unused)
  • Van (unused)
  • Wendy (unused)

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National Hurricane Center eastern pacific map northeast pacific high seas southeast pacific high seas

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/?atlc

Pacific Hurricane Season 2013

Storm names

The following names will be used for named storms that form in the Northeastern Pacific Ocean during 2013. Retired names, if any, will be announced by the World Meteorological Organization in the spring of 2014. The names not retired from this list will be used again in the 2019 season. This is the same list used in the 2007 season.

Storm names

The following names will be used for named storms that form in the Northeastern Pacific Ocean during 2013. Retired names, if any, will be announced by the World Meteorological Organization in the spring of 2014. The names not retired from this list will be used again in the 2019 season. This is the same list used in the 2007 season.

Alvin (unused)

Barbara (unused)

Cosme (unused)

Dalila (unused)

Erick (unused)

Flossie (unused)

Gil (unused)

Henriette (unused)

Ivo (unused)

Juliette (unused)

Kiko (unused)

Lorena (unused)

Manuel (unused)

Narda (unused)

Octave (unused)

Priscilla (unused)

Raymond (unused)

Sonia (unused)

Tico (unused)

Velma (unused)

Wallis (unused)

Xina (unused)

York (unused)

Zelda (unused)

For storms that form in the Central Pacific Hurricane Center’s area of responsibility, encompassing the area between 140 degrees west and the International Date Line, all names are used in a series of four rotating lists. The next four names slated for use are shown below.

Pewa (unused)

Unala (unused)

Wali (unused)

Ana (unused)
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Canadian_electric_utilities

List of electric utilities by province or territory

This is a list of Canadian public and private electric utilities, by province.

[edit] Alberta

Bullfrog Power
TransAlta Corporation
Alberta Power limited
EPCOR
ENMAX
AltaLink
ATCO Electric
FortisAlberta
[edit] British Columbia

BC Hydro
Bullfrog Power
Columbia Power Corporation
FortisBC
[edit] Manitoba

Manitoba Hydro
[edit] New Brunswick

Bullfrog Power
NB Power
Saint John Energy
[edit] Newfoundland and Labrador

Churchill Falls (Labrador) Corporation Limited
Fortis Inc.
Lower Churchill Development Corporation Limited
Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro
Newfoundland Power
Twin Falls Power Corporation
[edit] Northwest Territories

Northwest Territories Power Corporation
Northland Utilities (NWT) Limited
Northland Utilities (Yellowknife) Limited
[edit] Nova Scotia

Bullfrog Power
Emera
Nova Scotia Power
[edit] Nunavut

Qulliq Energy Corporation
[edit] Ontario

Bullfrog Power
Ontario Power Generation
Hydro One
Enersource
Hydro Ottawa
London Hydro
Thunder Bay Hydro
Toronto Hydro
Toronto Electric Light Company
Bruce Power
PowerTel Utilities Contractors Limited
Rideau St-Laurence Power Distribution
Enersource Hydro Mississauga
Power Stream
Horizon Utilities
Oakville Hydro
Burlington Hydro
Veridian
Lakefront Utilities Inc
Oshawa PUC
[edit] Prince Edward Island

Summerside Electric Utility
Bullfrog Power
Maritime Electric
[edit] Quebec

Hydro-Québec
Coopérative Régionale d’électricité de Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Rouville
Hydro-Westmount Formerly called Westmount Light and Power
Innergex Renewable Energy
Boralex
Cartier Wind Energy
[edit] Saskatchewan

SaskPower
Saskatoon Light & Power
[edit] Yukon

Yukon Energy Corporation
Yukon Electrical Company
[edit] National

Canadian Hydro Developers

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source:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_States_electric_companies

List of US electric companies by state

source:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_States_electric_companies#List_of_US_electric_companies_by_state

Alabama — AECO (Alabama Electric Company), Alabama Power, a part of the Southern Company, PowerSouth Energy Cooperative, Inc., Tennessee Valley Authority, Wiregrass Electric Cooperative,
Alaska — Alaska Villages Electric Cooperative, Chugach Electric Association, Copper Valley Electric Association, Golden Valley Electric Association, Kodiak Electric Association, Municipal Light & Power
Arizona — Arizona Public Service, Salt River Project, Tucson Electric Power, Unisource Energy Services
Arkansas — Entergy, North Little Rock Electric
California — Alameda Municipal Power, Anaheim Public utilities, Azusa Light & Water, City of Palo Alto Utilities, California Public Utilities Commission, Bear Valley Electric, Burbank Water & Power, Colton Public Utilities Glendale Public Service Department, Gridley Municipal Utilities, Healdsburg Municipal Electric Department, City & County of San Francisco, Imperial Irrigation District, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, Mountain Utilities, Pacific Gas & Electric, PacifiCorp, Pasadena Water & Power, Riverside Public Utilities, Sacramento Municipal Utility District, Silicon Valley Power, San Diego Gas & Electric, Sierra-Pacific Power, Southern California Edison, Southern California Public Power Authority, Surprise Valley power, Vernon Light & Power, Valley Electric association
Colorado — Colorado Springs Utilities, Holy Cross Energy Company, United Power Inc, Xcel Energy
Connecticut — Connecticut Natural Gas, Northeast Utilities (including Connecticut Light & Power), Norwich Public Utilities, United Illuminating, Wallingford Electric, Yankee Gas, Discount Power.
Delaware — Calpine, Delmarva Power (a subsidiary of Pepco Holdings, Inc.), City of Milford Electric Department, Delaware Electric Cooperative, NRG Energy
District of Columbia — PEPCO
Florida — Florida Power & Light, Florida Municipal Power Agency, Florida Public Utility Company Palm Beach, Gainesville Regional Utilities, Gulf Power, a part of the Southern Company, JEA, Kissimmee Utility Authority, Lakeland Electric, Lake Worth Utilities, LCEC, Ocala Electric, Orlando Utilities Commission, Progress Energy Florida, City of Tallahassee utilities, TECO
Georgia — Flint Energies, Georgia Power, a part of the Southern Company, Tennessee Valley Authority
Hawaii — Hawaiian Electric Industries, Hawaiian Electric Company (HELCO), Kauai Island Utility Cooperative (KIUC)
Idaho — Avista Utilities, IDACORP (Idaho Power), Clearwater Power, PacifiCorp (Rocky Mountain Power)
Illinois — Ameren, Batavia Municipal Electric ComEd Electric Company, Champion Energy, ComEd, Springfield City Water, Light & Power,
Indiana — American Electric Power, Duke Energy Indiana, Indianapolis Power & Light, Northern Indiana Public Service Company
Iowa — Interstate Power and Light Company—a part of Alliant Energy, MidAmerican Energy
Kansas — Kansas City Board of Public Utilities, Kansas City Power & Light, Westar Energy
Kentucky — American Electric Power, Big Rivers Electric Corporation, Duke Energy Kentucky, Henderson Municipal Power and Light, Kentucky Utilities, Louisville Gas & Electric, Owensboro Municipal Utilities, Tennessee Valley Authority
Louisiana — CLECO, Entergy, SWEPCO (a subsidiary of American Electric Power),
Maine — Bangor Hydro Electric, Central Maine Power
Maryland — Allegheny Power, Baltimore Gas & Electric, Choptank Electric Cooperative, Champion Energy, PEPCO, Delmarva Power (subsidiary of Pepco Holdings), Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative
Massachusetts — Chicopee Electric Light, Holyoke Gas and Electric, Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company (MMWEC), NSTAR, Northeast Utilities (including Western Massachusetts Electric, Berkshire Company/WMECO), National Grid (including Nantucket Electric and Massachusetts Electric), Peabody Municipal Light Plant, Westfield Gas & Electric
Michigan — American Electric Power, Consumers Energy, DTE Energy (Detroit Edison), Excel Energy(Upper Peninsula), Holland Board of Public Works, Lansing Board of Water & Light, Upper Peninsula Power Company, We Energies, Wyandotte Municipal Services City of Wyandotte only
Mississippi — Entergy, Magnolia Electric, Mississippi Power company, a part of the Southern Company, Southwest Mississippi Electric Power Association, Tennessee Valley Authority
Minnesota — Alliant Energy, Basin Electric Power Cooperative, East River Electric Power Co-op, Great River Energy (and its 28 member cooperatives), Hutchinson Utilities Commission, ITC Midwest, L&O Power Co-op, Minnesota Power, Marshall Municipal Utilities, municipal joint action (power supply) agencies including Missouri River Energy Services, Minnkota Power Cooperative (and its 11 member cooperatives), Otter Tail Power Company, People’s Co-op, Tri-County Electric, 125 municipally-owned electric utilities including Rochester Public Utilities, Xcel Energy
Missouri — Ameren, Empire District Electric Company, Independence Power and Light, Kansas City Power & Light, New-Mac Electric, City Utilities of Springfield
Montana — Central Montana Electric Power Cooperative, MDU, Montana Electric Cooperatives’ Association (and its 25 member cooperatives), Northwestern Energy
Nebraska — Nebraska Public Power District, Omaha Public Power District
Nevada — NV Energy (Nevada Power, Sierra Pacific Power)
New Hampshire — Northeast Utilities (including Public Service of NH), National Grid (including Granite State Electric), Unitil Corporation
New Jersey — Atlantic City Electric (A subsidiary of Pepco), Champion Energy, Jersey Central Power and Light Company (A subsidiary of GPU Energy, which is a subsidiary of GPU; all of which is now part of FirstEnergy), Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G), FirstEnergy, Sussex Rural Electric Cooperative (New Jersey’s sole Electric Cooperative), Vineland Municipal Electric Utility
New Mexico — Farmington Electric Utility System, Public Service Company of New Mexico,
New York — CH Energy Group (formerly Central Hudson Gas & Electric), Consolidated Edison Company of New York (Con Edison), Citizens Choice Energy Jamestown BPU, Green Island Power Authority (Village of Green Island only), Long Island Power Authority (LIPA), Champion Energy, National Grid (including Niagara Mohawk), New York Power Authority (NYPA), New York State Electric & Gas (NYSEG), Rochester Gas & Electric
North Carolina — Duke Energy NC, ElectriCities, North Carolina Electric Membership Corp., Progress Energy Carolinas
North Dakota — Basin Electric Power Cooperative, Central Power Electric Cooperative, MDU, Minnkota Power Cooperative, Otter Tail Power Company, Upper Missouri G&T Cooperative, Xcel Energy,
Ohio — American Electric Power, Consolidated Electric Cooperative, Dayton Power & Light, Duke Energy Ohio, FirstEnergy (Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company, Ohio Edison, Toledo Edison), South Central Power Company
Oklahoma — Oklahoma Gas & Electric, Public Service Company of Oklahoma (part of American Electric Power)
Oregon — Ashland Electric, Avista Utilities, Canby Electric, Columbia River Public Utility District, Emerald Public Utility District, IDACORP (Idaho Power), Eugene Water & Electric Board, PacifiCorp (Pacific Power), Portland General Electric, Salem Electric, Tillamook Public Utility District, Wasco Electric, West Oregon Electric Cooperative
Pennsylvania — Allegheny Power, Champion Energy, Citizens Electric of Lewisburg, Duquesne Light, FirstEnergy (Penn Power, Met-Ed, Penelec), PECO, PPL, Pike County Light & Power Company, Rural Valley Electric Co., UGI Utilities, Inc. and Wellsboro Electric Company
Puerto Rico — Autoridad de Energía Electrica, EcoEléctrica
Rhode Island — National Grid (including Narragansett Electric)
South Carolina — Berkeley Electric Cooperative, Central Electric Power Cooperative, Inc., Duke Energy SC, Horry Electric Cooperative, Inc, Santee Cooper, Progress Energy Carolinas, South Carolina Electric & Gas Company,
South Dakota — Black Hills Power, East River Electric Cooperative, Montana-Dakota Utilities, Northwestern Energy, Otter Tail Power Company, Rushmore Electric Cooperative, Xcel Energy
Tennessee — Kingsport Power (Appalachian Power), Citizens Utilities Board, Electric Power Board, Jackson, Tennessee Jackson Energy Authority, Knoxville Utilities Board, Lenoir City Utilities Board, Memphis Light, Gas and Water, Nashville Electric Service, Tennessee Valley Authority
Texas — American Electric Power, Austin Energy, CPS Energy, CenterPoint Energy, dPi Energy, Electric Database Publishing, Champion Energy, Coserv Electric, Denton Municipal Electric, Entergy, First Texas Energy Corporation, Garland Power and Light, Lower Colorado River Authority, Luminant, Reliant Energy, Texas Electric Service Company, Magic Valley, Oncor Electric (Formerly TXU), Stream Energy
Utah — Intermountain Power Agency, PacifiCorp (Rocky Mountain Power)
Vermont — Central Vermont Public Service, Green Mountain Power
Virginia — Allegheny Power, Appalachian Power, Danville Utilities (municipally owned), Delmarva Power (subsidiary of Pepco Holdings), Dominion Virginia Power, NOVEC, Rappahannock Electric Cooperative,
Washington — Avista Utilities, Benton Public Utility District, Chelan County Public Utility District, Douglas County Public Utility District, Grant County Public Utility District, Klickitat Public Utility District, Mason County Public Utility District 3, PacifiCorp (Pacific Power), Puget Sound Energy, Seattle City Light, Snohomish County Public Utility District (PUD), Tacoma Power,
West Virginia — Allegheny Energy, Appalachian Power, Wheeling Electric Power (AEP Ohio)
Wisconsin — Dairyland Power Co-op, We Energies, Wisconsin Public Service Corporation, Wisconsin Power and Light Company—a part of Alliant Energy, Madison Gas and Electric, Xcel Energy
Wyoming — Cheyenne Light, Fuel & Power, High Plains Power, Lower Valley Energy, PacifiCorp (Rocky Mountain Power), High West Energy (East of Cheyenne to Pine Bluffs, WY)
This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.
[edit]See also

List of public utilities
List of Canadian electric utilities Electric power companies in Canada.
[edit]References

[edit]External links

List of organizations in US Power Industry
[2] American Public Power Association

sea surface temperature 74°F hurricane  atlantic andrea pacific hurricane alvin prediction may 5 2013

sea surface temperature 74°F hurricane  atlantic andrea pacific hurricane alvin prediction may 5 2013

National Weather Service   Graphical Forecast Gridded Marine Products wind speeds in Knots with latitude longitude

National Weather Service Graphical Forecast Gridded Marine Products wind speeds in Knots with latitude longitude

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/marine/

final tropical cclone danger area graphic up to may 14 2013

final tropical cclone danger area graphic up to may 14 2013

Atlantic and Pacific Marine Forecast Areas high seas hurricane reports may 6 2013

Atlantic and Pacific Marine Forecast Areas high seas hurricane reports may 6 2013

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/marine/marine_map.htm

 

 

Stormpulse data – latest atlantic basic satellite – hurricanes season 2013

http://www.stormpulse.com/latest-atlantic-basin-satellite-images

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