The 2050 Atlantic hurricane season was the an extreme hurricane season that produced more than 40 storms, 28 hurricanes, and 12 major hurricanes. The strongest storm of the year was Category 6 hurricane Macbeth, followed by Valveto and Balia.
On February 3, NHC continued to monitor post-tropical cyclone Bardol, that continued to move northwest. On February 5, a special statement was issued for most of Atlantic Canada by Environment Canada, stating that a large post-tropical cyclone would effect most of the Maritimes by the weekend. Later in the evening of February 5, it approached Newfoundland and went over it on February 6 with winds of 80 mph and gusts at or over 100 mph it rapidly weakened during that day and dissipated the next day over the High North Atlantic.
Extratropical Depression 2 was formed on June 1st by a frontolyzing zone near Bermuda it then formed into a Extratropical Depression it never strengthened beyond that intensity it then occluded on June 3 and then dissipated on June 4.
There was a total of 47 storm names used. However, for an unknown reason, the Greek Alphabet was not used after the name Whyte was used. Therefore, the following name list was used. This is the first time since 2037 that more than 2 name lists were used. In 2051, name list 1 continued using its names since all formed in the month of January.
There was a total of 44 storm names used. However, for an unknown reason, the Greek Alphabet was not used after the name Whyte was used. Therefore, the folowing name list was used.