Disclaimer: This season is not based of models of real 1992 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 1992 Atlantic Hurricane Season is a below-average season, with 10 storms forming. The season officially began on June 1, 1992, and lasted until November 30, 1992. Allen formed on April 22, a month before the official start of the season.
The most significant storm of the season is Dana, which is strong and extremely destructive storm that strike Florida as a Category 5. It is extremely powerful, with winds of 320 km/hr and pressure of 886 mbar, which is little bit weaker than 1980's Danielle. It hit passed Bahamas and strikes Florida. It hits Louisiana as a Category 4. Overall, it ended up causing $50 billion (1992 USD) damage and 132 fatalities.
Earl and Frances unusually produced hurricane-force winds in Azores, but not destructive. It causes minimal damage. Georges caused minor damage in East Coast, although moderately strong. Ivan, like Georges, caused minimal damage and moderately strong. Julia, the final storm of the season, did not caused any damage.
Here are the storm names used in the 1992 season. The names not retired will be used again in the 1998 season. This is the same list used in 1986 except for Colin and Julia, which replaces Charley and Jeanne. The names Colin and Julia were used for the first time.
At their meeting in the spring of 1993, the World Meteorological Organization retired the name Dana from the list above. The name that replaced it on the naming list for the 1998 season was Deborah.