A new center, called the Atlantic Subtropical Cyclone Center(ASTCC) was bulit in Atlanta, Georgia in January 5, 2015. ASTSC named this storm Alfa. Alfa caused 20 deaths and $3 in damage. Alfa affected Cuba as a SD on June 12. ASTSC numbered this storm 02L.
Alberto began as a Subtropical Depression named Bravo on June 9 in the North-Central Atlantic Ocean. On June 10, transforming began as Thomas moves out the North Atlantic. On June 13 at 16:55 UTC, it transformed into Tropical Depression 04L. Tropical Depression 04L upgraded himself to Tropical Storm Alberto at 23:55 UTC. Alberto curved southwest slowly. Alberto rapidly upgraded himself to a category 2 hurricane on June 15 at 13:50:00 UTC. Hurricane Alberto upgraded himself again to a category 3 hurricane at 13:50:06, the fastest upgrading behind the H storm from 2007. Alberto peaked with 115 mph winds and 936 mbar at 16*N and 53*W. Alberto made landfall in Jacksonville, Florida and dissipated in the cold waters of Gulf of Mexico. From January 6-June 29, there was the global cooling(or global warming). From June 30-December 26, there was the global heating.
Four didn't caused any damage, but it rarely made landfall in Greenland as a extra-tropical storm. It was named Bob when it was about to turn extra-tropical.
Tropical Storm Beryl(Charlotte)
Beryl rarely formed almost close to Greenland on June 28 as Subtropical Depression 05L. ASTSC started to name subtropical depressions. ASTCC area is in the US and Canada east coast, Greenland lower coast, and Gulf of Mexico. ASTCC designed it "Subtropical Depression Charlotte". Charlotte did an affect with a winter storm on June 29. Jet stream caused Charlotte to turn Southwest, but on June 30, it became Tropical Storm Charlotte and was renamed Beryl in a millisecond the quickest upgrading. Alberto was dropped to 2nd. Tropical Storm Beryl made a landfall in New Orleans on July 1. Beryl then dissipated.
Beryl was the fastest upgrading storm. The other storms to do that was Humberto in 2007, and Alberto in this season.
Beryl was the furthest forming storm. The other storms to do this record was Vince in 2005, and Grace in 2009.