The tradition of naming storms is nothing new in the United States, where it's been done since 1953, but it's only lately caught on in the UK.
Each year, they team up with Ireland's Met Éireann and Holland's KNMI weather service to select each years’ list of names from suggestions submitted by the public.
They are assigned in alphabetical order, but there are no names starting with the letters Q, U, X, Y and Z - meaning there are a total of 21 names picked each year.
Here are all the names for this year. Let's hope we don't make it all the way to Walid...