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As Hurricane Isaac heads toward the Gulf Coast, PC360 revisits some of the recent “I” storms whose names have been retired by the World Meteorological Organization due to insured and economic losses caused by the tropical cyclones.  

This list covers storms from 2001 until Hurricane Irene, which struck in 2011. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) also lists Ione (1955) and Inez (1966) as retired “I” names.

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