The name Bob was used for three tropical cyclones in the Atlantic basin.
- Hurricane Bob (1979), hit Louisiana, killing one and causing US$20 million in damage; the first hurricane in the Atlantic to have a male name
- Hurricane Bob (1985), crossed Florida as a tropical storm and made landfall again in South Carolina; caused five deaths and US$20 million in damage
- Hurricane Bob (1991), brushed North Carolina, then struck New England and the Canadian Maritimes, killing 18 and causing almost US$1.5 billion in damage (other reports indicate Bob did near US$3 billion in damage)
The name Bob was retired in the spring of 1992, and was replaced by Bill in the 1997 season.