Disclaimer: This season is not based of models of real 1982 Storms. All of these storms are based of my own thought but there is relation in real storms and Force Thirteen's WMHB seasons, but not exact tracks, categories, wind speeds, and pressure.
The 1982 Atlantic Hurricane Season is a near-average season, with 11 storms forming. The season officially began on June 1, 1982, and lasted until November 30, 1982.
It is significantly less active than the previous seasons, with this year being near-average. Gilbert is the strongest of the season, and it is in high altitude in peak intensity, which is unusual, and also threatens harbors north of the storm. Debby and Beryl are destructive, causing almost billions of dollars worth of damage. Keith is highly unusual, which made landfall on Iberian Peninsula and first to do since 1842 Spain Hurricane. Keith has some impact on Cape Verde islands and flooding occurs in some parts of Portugal and Spain.
Joan causes swells along Bermuda, and huge waves were reported. It is due to being a strong storm while passing north of the island. Chris, Alberto and Florence causes flooding and moderate damage, while Ernesto, Helene and Isaac caused almost low damage. The only much destructive are Beryl and Debby. These are considered destructive because they hit as major hurricane. Central and South America didn't receive much impact from storms, probably due to activity.