Disclaimer: This season is not based of models of real 1994 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 1994 Atlantic Hurricane Season is an active season, with 15 storms forming. The season officially began on June 1, 1994, and lasted until November 30, 1994.
Hurricane Alberto causes flooding in Southeastern U.S., damaging over hundred thousand homes and causing $4.6 billion (1994 USD) worth of damage. Chris hits almost same areas as Alberto, but causing less damage than Alberto. Chris also causes a tornado which kills 12 people.
Filomena hits Yucatan as a category 2, causing heavy damage. It kills 15 people. Gilbert causes swells in the East Coast, causing moderate damage. Oscar, the most significant storm of the season, took a rather unusual but a destructive track. It first curves from southern Caribbean Sea to Hispaniola, than moved westward and hits Florida as a major hurricane, but it instead of becoming extratropical, it makes a loop and re-curves back to Florida and curved north, and become extratropical. Oscar moves slowly, so it made a fully tropical lifetime of 29 days before becoming extratropical. It is also destructive and deadly due to it's slow speed and strength of the storm. It overall causes $8 billion (1994 USD) worth of damage and 3264 fatalities.
Here are the storm names used in the 1994 season. The names not retired will be used again in the 2000 season. This is the same list used in 1988 except for Filomena, Heidi, Manny, Nadia, Penny and Russell, which replaces Florence, Helene, Michael, Nadine, Patty and Rafael. The names Filomena, Heidi, Manny and Nadia were used for the first time.
In the spring of 1995, the World Meteorological Organization retired two names: Alberto and Oscardue to loss of life and damage caused by these storms. These are replaced by Antonio and Orlando for 2000 Season.