An Aleutian Low is a semi-permanent low that is located near the Aleutian Islands. The Kiwish Weather Service tracks these lows, they have done so since September 2011. KWS also provide names for these storms, like what many other weather organizations do for tropical cyclones. Aleutian Lows can form between 180W and 140W, 45N and 65N. KWS tracks them between 180W and 135W, 40N and 75N. To become named the storms need to have a central pressure of 995mb or lowe]r, no matter the wind.