In 2105, the NHC decided to use the names of the record-breaking 2005 Atlantic hurricane season. Up to this date, Jose has been used,

Hurricane Katrina (2105)

Category 6 hurricane
Duration August 23 – September 10 (Became Extratropical on September 4)
Peak intensity 215 mph (345 km/h) (1-min)  871 mbar (hPa)

On August 23, a low pressure system had shown signs of development. Later that night, the system had immediately generated from a tropical depression to a Category 5 hurricane, it then strengthened into a 215 mph Category 6 hurricane and was heading for Bermuda and went over it as a low end Cat 6 it then was ahead of a approaching cold front on August 27 it then merged with it. But it did something that shocked the NHC instead of beginning a extratropical transition it just plowed through the cold front on August 29 it then suffered very cold stable air getting entrained into its circulation it weakened below major hurricane status on September 1 as it was still weakening from the cold stable air but something unexpected happened a approaching warm front went north of it and brought very warm unstable air into its circulation and gradual restrengthening occurred on September 3 and it restrengthened back into a 140 mph Category 4 hurricane but this did not last long as a cold front came in and picked it up it weakened rapidly weakening below hurricane status in just 4 hours it then became extratropical and the remnant extratropical storm brought heavy rain to the Azores as it was now a Category 1 equivalent storm on September 8. The next day it occluded and started rapidly weakening dropping below hurricane equivalent in just 2 hours it then weakened to the point that its frontal systems dissipated and all that was left was its low level circulation and that finally dissipated on September 10.


Because it didn't really cause alot of destruction and death like its ancestor 100 years ago it was not retired and it was used again in 2111.