List of historical tropical cyclone names

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Tropical cyclones are named for historical reasons and so as to avoid confusion when communicating with the public as more than one tropical cyclone can exist at a time. Names are drawn in order from predetermined lists and are usually assigned to tropical cyclones with one-, three- or ten-minute windspeeds of at least 65 km/h (40 mph). However, standards vary from basin to basin with some tropical depressions named in the Western Pacific whilst tropical cyclones have to have gale force winds occurring more than halfway around the center within the Australian and Southern Pacific regions.

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The official practice of naming tropical cyclones started in 1945 within the Western Pacific. Naming continued through the next few years before in 1950, names also started to be assigned to tropical storms forming in the North Atlantic ocean. In the Atlantic, names were originally taken from the World War Two version of the Phonetic Alphabet but this was changed in 1953 to use lists of women names which were created yearly. Around this time naming of tropical cyclones also began within the Southern and Central parts of the Pacific. However naming didn't begin in the Eastern Pacific until 1960 with the original naming lists designed to be used year after year in sequence. In 1960, naming also began in the Southwest Indian Ocean and in 1963 the Philippine Meteorological Service started assigning names to tropical cyclones that moved into or formed in their area of responsibility. Later in 1963 warning centers within the Australian region also commenced naming tropical cyclones. In 2011, the Brazilian Navy Hydrographic Center started using naming list to name tropical cyclones over the South Atlantic basin.

North Atlantic

By 1950, tropical cyclones that were judged by the US Weather Bureau to have intensified into a tropical storm started to be assigned names. [1] [2] Storms were originally named in alphabetical order using the World War Two version of the Phonetic Alphabet. [1] By 1952 a new phonetic alphabet had been developed and this led to confusion as some parties wanted to use the newer phonetic alphabet. [1] In 1953, to alleviate any confusion, forecasters decided to use a set of 23 feminine names. [1] [2] After the 1953 Atlantic hurricane season, public reception to the idea seemed favorable, so the same list was adopted for the next year with one change; Gilda for Gail. [1] However, after storms like Carol and Hazel got a lot of publicity during the 1953 season, forecasters agreed to develop a new set of names for 1955. [1] However, before this could happen, a tropical storm was declared significant on January 2, 1955 and was named as Alice. [1] The new set of names were developed and used in 1955 beginning with Brenda continuing through the alphabet to Zelda. [1] For each season before 1960, a new set of names were developed. [1] In 1960 forecasters decided to begin rotating names in a regular sequence and thus four alphabetical lists were established to be repeated every four years. [3] The sets followed the example of the western Pacific typhoon naming lists and excluded names beginning with the letters Q, U, X, Y and Z. [3] These four lists were used until 1972 when the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), replaced them with 9 lists designed to be used from 1972. [3] In 1977, NOAA made the decision to relinquish control over the name selection by allowing a regional committee of the World Meteorological Organization to select the new sets of names which would contain male names and some Spanish and French names in order to reflect all the cultures and languages within the Atlantic Ocean. [2] [3] The World Meteorological Organization decided that the new lists of hurricane name would start to be used in 1979. [2] [3] Since 1979 the same lists have been used, with names of significant tropical cyclones removed from the lists and replaced with new names. [2] In 2002 Subtropical Cyclones started to be assigned names from the main list of names set up for that year. In 2005 as all the names preselected for the season were exhausted, the contingency plan of using Greek letters for names had to be used. [4] Since then there have been a few attempts to get rid of the Greek names, as they are seen to be inconsistent with the standard naming convention used for tropical cyclones and are considered generally unknown and confusing to the public. [5] However the lists of preselected names for the year, are not expected to be used up frequently enough to warrant any change in the existing naming procedure and thus the Greek Alphabet will be used if the list of pre selected names should ever be used up again. [5] [6] [7]

1953 Atlantic hurricane season hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean

The 1953 Atlantic hurricane season was the first time an organized list of female names was used to name Atlantic storms. It officially began on June 15, and lasted until November 15, although activity occurred both before and after the season's limits. The season was active with fourteen total storms, six of which developed into hurricanes; four of the hurricanes attained major hurricane status, or a Category 3 or greater on the Saffir-Simpson scale.

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is an American scientific agency within the United States Department of Commerce that focuses on the conditions of the oceans, major waterways, and the atmosphere.

World Meteorological Organization Specialised agency of the United Nations

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) is an intergovernmental organization with a membership of 192 Member States and Territories. Its current Secretary-General is Petteri Taalas and the President of the World Meteorological Congress, its supreme body, is David Grimes. The Organization is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland.

Names used between 1950 – 1964

1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964
Able Able Able Alice Alice Alice Anna Audrey Alma Arlene Abby Anna Alma Arlene Abby
Baker BakerBaker Barbara BarbaraBrenda Betsy BerthaBeckyBeulah Brenda BetsyBeckyBeulahBrenda
Charlie Charlie Charlie Carol Carol Connie CarlaCarrieCleo Cindy Cleo Carla Celia Cindy Cleo
Dog DogDogDollyDolly Diane DoraDebbieDaisy Debra Donna Debbie Daisy Debra Dora
Easy EasyEasyEdna Edna EdithEthelEsther Ella Edith Ethel Esther Ella Edith Ethel
FoxFox Fox Florence FlorenceFlora Flossy FriedaFifiFloraFlorenceFrances Flora Florence
GeorgeGeorgeGailGildaGladys Greta Gerda Gracie Gerda Ginny Gladys
How How Hazel Hazel Hilda Helene Hannah Hattie Helena Hilda
ItemItemIrene Ione IlsaIreneInga Isbell
JigJig Janet JaniceJudithJenny
King Katie
Love
Mike
References: [1] [3]

Names used between 1965 – 1979

1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979
Anna Alma Arlene Abby Anna Alma Arlene Agnes Alice Alma Amy Anna Anita Amelia Ana
Betsy Becky Beulah BrendaBlanche Becky Beth Betty Brenda BeckyBlanche Belle Babe Bess Bob
CarolCeliaChloe Candy Camille Celia Chloe Carrie Christine Carmen Caroline CandiceClara Cora Claudette
Debbie Dorothy Doria Dolly Debbie Dorothy Doria Dawn Delia DollyDoris Dottie Dorothy Debra David
ElenaEllaEdithEdnaEve Ella Edith EllenElaine Eloise Emmy Evelyn Ella Elena
Faith FernFrances Francelia Felice Fern Fran Fifi FayeFrancesFriedaFlossie Frederic
GretaGinger Gladys Gerda Greta Ginger Gilda Gertrude Gladys Gloria Greta Gloria
HallieHeidiHollyHeidiHallieHollyHope Henri
Inez Inga Irene Irma
JudithJennyJaniceJuliet
KendraKaraKristyKendra
LoisLaurie Laura
Martha
References: [3] [8]

Names used between 1980 – 1994

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994
Allen Arlene Alberto Alicia ArthurAnaAndrew Arlene Alberto Allison ArthurAna Andrew Arlene Alberto
Bonnie Bret Beryl Barry Bertha Bob Bonnie Bret Beryl Barry Bertha Bob Bonnie Bret Beryl
CharleyCindy Chris ChantalCesarClaudette Charley Cindy Chris Chantal CesarClaudetteCharley Cindy Chris
Danielle Dennis Debby Dean Diana Danny Danielle Dennis Debby Dean Diana Danny Danielle Dennis Debby
EarlEmilyErnestoEdouard Elena Earl Emily ErnestoErinEdouardErikaEarl Emily Ernesto
FrancesFloydFranFabianFrances Floyd Florence FelixFran Fabian FrancesFloyd Florence
GeorgesGertGustav Gloria Gilbert Gabrielle Gustav Grace Gert Gordon
Hermine HarveyHortenseHenriHelene Hugo HortenseHarvey
IvanIrene Isidore IsabelIsaacIrisIsidore
Jeanne Jose Josephine Juan Joan Jerry Josephine
Karl Katrina Klaus Kate Keith Karen Klaus
Lili Lili
Marco
Nana
References: [9] [10] [11] [12] [13]

Names used between 1995 – 2008

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Allison Arthur AnaAlexArlene Alberto Allison Arthur Ana Alex Arlene Ophelia Alberto Andrea Arthur
Barry Bertha Bill Bonnie Bret Beryl Barry Bertha Bill Bonnie Bret Philippe Beryl Barry Bertha
Chantal Cesar Claudette Charley CindyChris Chantal Cristobal Claudette Charley Cindy Rita Chris Chantal Cristobal
Dean Dolly Danny Danielle Dennis Debby Dean DollyDanny Danielle Dennis Stan Debby Dean Dolly
Erin Edouard Erika Earl EmilyErnesto Erin Edouard Erika Earl Emily Tammy Ernesto Erin Edouard
Felix Fran Fabian Frances Floyd Florence Felix Fay Fabian Frances Franklin Vince Florence Felix Fay
Gabrielle GustavGrace Georges Gert Gordon Gabrielle Gustav Grace Gaston Gert Wilma Gordon Gabrielle Gustav
Humberto Hortense Hermine Harvey Helene Humberto Hanna Henri Hermine Harvey Alpha Helene Humberto Hanna
Iris IsidoreIvan Irene Isaac Iris Isidore Isabel Ivan Irene Beta Isaac Ingrid Ike
Jerry Josephine Jeanne Jose Joyce Jerry Josephine Juan Jeanne Jose Gamma Jerry Josephine
KarenKyleKarl Katrina Keith Karen Kyle Kate Karl Katrina Delta Karen Kyle
Luis Lili Lisa Lenny Leslie Lorenzo Lili Larry LisaLee Epsilon Lorenzo Laura
Marilyn Marco Mitch Michael Michelle Mindy Matthew Maria Zeta Melissa Marco
NoelNicoleNadineNoel Nicholas Nicole Nate Noel Nana
Opal Olga Odette Otto Olga Omar
PabloPeter Paloma
Roxanne
Sebastien
Tanya
References: [4] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24]

Names used between 2009 – 2018

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Ana Alex Arlene Alberto Andrea Arthur Ana Alex Arlene Alberto
Bill Bonnie Bret Beryl Barry Bertha Bill Bonnie Bret Beryl
Claudette Colin CindyChrisChantalCristobalClaudette Colin Cindy Chris
Danny Danielle Don Debby DorianDolly Danny DanielleDonDebby
Erika Earl Emily Ernesto ErinEdouard Erika Earl Emily Ernesto
Fred FionaFranklinFlorence Fernand Fay Fred Fiona Franklin Florence
Grace GastonGertGordonGabrielle Gonzalo GraceGaston Gert Gordon
Henri Hermine Harvey HeleneHumbertoHannaHenri Hermine Harvey Helene
Ida Igor Irene Isaac Ingrid IdaIan Irma Isaac
Julia JoseJoyceJerry Joaquin Julia Jose Joyce
Karl Katia KirkKaren Kate Karl Katia Kirk
Lisa Lee Leslie LorenzoLisaLee Leslie
Matthew Maria MichaelMelissa Matthew Maria Michael
Nicole Nate Nadine Nicole Nate Nadine
Otto Ophelia Oscar Otto Ophelia Oscar
Paula PhilippePattyPhilippe
Richard Rina Rafael Rina
Shary Sean Sandy
Tomas Tony
[25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31] [32]

Eastern Pacific

Within the Eastern Pacific basin between the western coasts of the Americas and 140°W the naming of tropical cyclones started in 1960, with four lists of female names initially designed to be used consecutively before being repeated. [33] [34] In 1965 after two lists of names had been used, it was decided to return to the top of the second list and to start recycling the sets of names on an annual basis. [34] [35]

In 1977, after protests by various women's rights groups, NOAA made the decision to relinquish control over the name selection by allowing a regional committee of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) to select new sets of names. [3] The WMO selected six lists of names which contained male names and rotated every six years. [3] They also decided that the new lists of hurricane name would start to be used in 1978 which was a year earlier than the Atlantic. [36] Since 1978 the same lists of names have been used, with names of significant tropical cyclones removed from the lists and replaced with new names. [34] As in the Atlantic basin should the names preselected for the season be exhausted, the contingency plan of using Greek letters for names would be used. [34] [37] However unlike in the Atlantic basin the contingency plan has never had to be used, although in 1985 to avoid using the contingency plan, the letters X, Y, and Z were added to the lists. [37] Since the contingency plan had to be used in the North Atlantic during 2005 there have been a few attempts to get rid of the Greek names as they are seen to be inconsistent with the standard naming convention used for tropical cyclones and are generally unknown and confusing to the public. [5] [6] However none of the attempts have succeeded and thus the Greek letters will be used should the lists be used up. [5] [6]

Names used between 1960–1974

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974
AnnetteIvaValerieEmilyNatalieVictoriaAdeleAgathaAnnetteAvaAdeleAgathaAnnette Ava Aletta
BonnyJoanneWillaFlorenceOdessaWallieBlancaBridgetBonnyBerniceBlanca Bridget BonnyBerniceBlanca
CelesteKathleenAvaGlendaPrudenceAvaConnieCarlottaCelesteClaudiaConnieCarlotta Celeste ClaudiaConnie
DianaLizaBerniceHazelRoslynBerniceDoloresDeniseDianaDoreenDoloresDeniseDianaDoreen Dolores
EstelleMadelineClaudiaIrahSilviaClaudiaEileenEleanorEstelleEmilyEileenEleanorEstelleEmilyEileen
FernandaNaomiDoreenJenniferTillieDoreenFrancescaFranceneFernandaFlorenceFrancescaFranceneFernandaFlorenceFrancesca
GwenOrlaKatherineEmilyGretchenGeorgetteGwenGlendaGretchenGeorgetteGwenGlendaGretchen
HyacinthPaulineLillianFlorenceHelgaHilaryHyacinthHeatherHelgaHilaryHyacinthHeatherHelga
RebeccaMonaGlendaIoneIlsaIvaIrahIoneIlsaIvaIrahIone
Simone Hazel JoyceJewelJoanneJenniferJoyceJewel Joanne JenniferJoyce
Tara KirstenKatrinaKathleenKristenKatrinaKathleenKatherineKirsten
LorraineLily Liza Lorraine Lily LizaLillianLorraine
MaggieMonicaMadelineMaggieMonicaMaggie
Nanette Naomi Norma NanetteNorma
OliviaOrlaOrlene Olivia Orlene
Priscilla Pauline PatriciaPriscillaPatricia
RamonaRebeccaRosalieRamonaRosalie
SimoneSelmaSharon
Tara
References: [35] [ citation needed ]

Names used between 1975–1989

1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989
AgathaAnnetteAvaAletta Andres AgathaAdrian Aletta AdolphAlmaAndresAgathaAdrianAlettaAdolph
BridgetBonnyBerniceBudBlancaBlasBeatrizBudBarbaraBorisBlancaBlasBeatrizBudBarbara
CarlottaCelesteClaudiaCarlottaCarlosCeliaCalvinCarlottaCosmeCristinaCarlosCeliaCalvinCarlotta Cosme
DeniseDiana Doreen DanielDoloresDarbyDoraDanielDaliliaDouglasDoloresDarbyDoraDaniel Dalilia
EleanorEstelleEmilyEmiliaEnriqueEstelleEugeneEmiliaErickElidaEnrique Estelle Eugene EmiliaErick
FranceneFernandaFlorence Fico FefaFrankFernandaFabioFlossieFaustoFefaFrankFernandaFabioFlossie
GeorgetteGwenGlendaGilmaGuillermoGeorgetteGregGilma Gil GenevieveGuillermoGeorgetteGregGilmaGil
HilaryHyacinthHeatherHectorHildaHowardHilaryHectorHenrietteHernanHildaHowardHilaryHectorHenriette
IlsaIvaIvaIgnacioIsisIrwinIva Ismael Iselle Ignacio IsisIrwinIvaIsmael
JewelJoanneJohnJimenaJavierJovaJohnJulietteJulioJimenaJavierJovaJohnJuliette
Katrina Kathleen KristyKayKnutKristyKikoKennaKevinKayKnutKristy Kiko
Lily Liza LaneLester Lidia LaneLorenaLowellLindaLesterLidiaLaneLorena
Monica Madeline MiriamMadelineMaxMiriamManuelMarieMartyMadelineMax Miriam Manuel
NanetteNaomi Norman Newton Norma NormanNarda Norbert Nora Newton NormaNarda
Olivia Olivia OtisOlivia Octave Odile OlafOrleneOtis Octave
PriscillaPaul Paul PriscillaPoloPauline Paine PilarPriscilla
RosaRosaRaymondRachel Rick Roslyn Ramon Raymond
SergioSergioSoniaSimonSandraSelma
Tara Tico Terry
VelmaVivian
Winnie Waldo
Xina
References: [34] [ citation needed ]

Names used between 1990–1999

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
AlmaKennaAndresHilda Agatha MadelineAdrian Hilary Aletta John Adolph Alma Andres JimenaAgathaHoward Adrian
BorisLowellBlanca Ignacio BlasNewton Beatriz IrwinBudKristyBarbara Boris BlancaKevinBlas Isis Beatriz
CristinaMarieCarlosJimenaCeliaOrlene Calvin JovaCarlottaLaneCosme Cristina Carlos Linda CeliaJavierCalvin
DouglasNorbertDeloresKevin Darby PaineDoraKennethDanielMiriamDalila Douglas DoloresMartyDarbyKay Dora
ElidaOdileEnriqueLindaEstelleRoslynEugene Lidia Emilia NormanErickElidaEnrique Nora Estelle Lester Eugene
FaustoPolo Fefa MartyFrankSeymour Fernanda MaxFabioOliviaFlossie Fausto Felicia Olaf Frank Madeline Fernanda
Genevieve Rachel GuillermoNoraGeorgette Tina GregNorma Gilma PaulGilGenevieve Guillermo Pauline Georgette Greg
HernanSimonHoward Virgil Hector Rosa Henriette Hernan Hilda Rick Hilary
IselleTrudyIsis Winifred Ileana Ismael Ignacio Irwin
JulioVanceJavierXavier Juliette
KayYolanda
Lester Zeke
References: [14] [15] [38] [ citation needed ]

Names used between 2000–2009

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
AlettaJohn Adolph IvoAlmaAndres Ignacio Agatha Adrian Irwin Aletta John Alvin Alma Iselle Andres Jimena
BudKristyBarbara Juliette BorisBlanca Jimena BlasBeatrizJova Bud Kristy Barbara Boris Julio Blanca Kevin
Carlotta LaneCosmeKikoCristina Carlos KevinCeliaCalvin Kenneth Carlotta Lane Cosme CristinaKarinaCarlosLinda
DanielMiriamDalilaLorenaDouglasDoloresLinda Darby DoraLidia Daniel Miriam Dalila Douglas Lowell DoloresMarty
Emilia Norman ErickManuel Elida Enrique Marty EstelleEugeneMax Emilia Norman ErickElidaMarieEnriqueNora
FabioOliviaFlossieNarda Fausto Felicia Nora FrankFernandaNormaFabioOlivia Flossie Fausto Norbert Felicia Olaf
GilmaPaulGilOctaveGenevieveGuillermo Olaf GeorgetteGreg Otis Gilma Paul GilGenevieve Odile Guillermo Patricia
HectorRosaHenriette Hernan HildaPatricia Howard HilaryHectorRosa Henriette Hernan PoloHilda Rick
IleanaIselleIsis Ileana Sergio IvoIgnacio
Julio Javier Juliette
Kenna Kay Kiko
Lowell Lester
References: [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25]

Names used between 2010–2018

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Agatha Adrian AlettaJohnAlvinJuliette Amanda KarinaAndresJimenaAgathaKayAdrianJovaAletta Lane
Blas Beatriz Bud Kristy Barbara Kiko Boris Lowell Blanca KevinBlasLesterBeatrizKenneth Bud Miriam
Celia Calvin Carlotta Lane Cosme LorenaCristina Marie Carlos Linda Celia Madeline Calvin Lidia Carlotta Norman
Darby Dora DanielMiriamDalila Manuel Douglas Norbert Dolores Marty Darby Newton Dora Max Daniel Olivia
EstelleEugeneEmilia Norman Erick NardaElida Odile EnriqueNoraEstelleOrleneEugeneNormaEmiliaPaul
Frank FernandaFabioOlivia Flossie OctaveFaustoPoloFeliciaOlafFrankPaineFernandaOtisFabio Rosa
Georgette GregGilma Paul GilPriscilla Genevieve RachelGuillermo Patricia GeorgetteRoslynGregPilarGilma Sergio
Hilary HectorRosaHenriette Raymond HernanSimonHildaRickHowardSeymourHilaryRamon Hector Tara
IrwinIleanaIvoSonia Iselle Trudy Ignacio Sandra IvetteTinaIrwin Selma Ileana Vicente
Jova JulioVanceJavierJohn Willa
KennethKristyXavier
[26] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31] [39]

Central North Pacific (Date Line to 140°W)

In 1950 a tropical cyclone that affected Hawaii was named Able, after a tropical cyclone had not affected Hawaii for a number of years. [40] [41] The system was also named Salome by the Air Weather Service Office in Guam, before it became widely known as Hurricane Hiki, since Hiki is Hawaiian for Able. [40] [41] [42] Typhoon Olive of 1952 developed within the Central Pacific, but was not named until it had crossed the International Dateline and moved into the Western Pacific basin. [40] [43] During 1957, three other tropical cyclones developed in the Central Pacific and were named Kanoa, Della and Nina, by the Hawaiian military meteorological offices. [43] It was subsequently decided that future tropical cyclones, would be named by borrowing names from the Western Pacific naming lists. [43] Hawaiian names were reinstated for the lists during 1979, with 5 sets of names drafted using only the 12 letters of the Hawaiian alphabet, with the intent being to use the sets of names on an annual rotation basis. [35] [44] However, after no storms had developed in this region between 1979 and 1981, the annual lists were scrapped and replaced with four sets of names and designed to be used consecutively. [35] Ahead of the 2007 hurricane season, the Central Pacific Hurricane Center (CPHC) introduced a revised set of Hawaiian names for the Central Pacific, after they had worked with the University of Hawaii Hawaiian Studies Department to ensure the correct meaning and appropriate historical and cultural use of the names. [45]

2007 Pacific hurricane season hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean

The 2007 Pacific hurricane season was a below-average Pacific hurricane season, featuring one major hurricane. The season officially started on May 15 in the eastern Pacific and on June 1 in the central Pacific, and ended on November 30; these dates conventionally delimit the period during which most tropical cyclones form in the region. The first tropical cyclone of the season, Alvin, developed on May 27, while the final system of the year, Kiko, dissipated on October 23. Due to unusually strong wind shear, activity fell short of the long-term average, with a total of 11 named storms, 4 hurricanes, and 1 major hurricane. At the time, 2007 featured the second-lowest value of the Accumulated cyclone energy (ACE) index since reliable records began in 1971. Two tropical cyclones – Cosme and Flossie – crossed into the central Pacific basin during the year, activity below the average of 4 to 5 systems.

Central Pacific Hurricane Center

The Central Pacific Hurricane Center (CPHC) of the United States National Weather Service is the official body responsible for tracking and issuing tropical cyclone warnings, watches, advisories, discussions, and statements for the Central Pacific region: from the equator northward, 140°W–180°W, most significantly for Hawai‘i. It is the Regional Specialized Meteorological Center (RSMC) for tropical cyclones in this region, and in this capacity is known as RSMC Honolulu.

University of Hawaii college and university system in the US state of Hawaii

The University of Hawaiʻi system is a public, co-educational college and university system that confers associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees through three university campuses, seven community college campuses, an employment training center, three university centers, four education centers and various other research facilities distributed across six islands throughout the state of Hawaii in the United States. All schools of the University of Hawaii system are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. The U.H. system's main administrative offices are located on the property of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa in Honolulu CDP.

Able-Hiki-Salome (1950) Kanoa (1957)Della (1957) Nina (1957) Cora (1958)Clara (1959) Dot (1959) Patsy (1959)Wanda (1959)Sarah (1967)
Dot (1970)June (1972)Ruby (1972)Olive (1974)Kate (1976)Susan (1978)Akoni (1982)Ema (1982)Hana (1982) Iwa (1982)
Keli (1984)Lala (1984)Moke (1984)Nele (1985)Oka (1987)Peke (1987) Uleki (1988) Wila (1988)Aka (1990) Ekeka (1992)
Hali (1992) Iniki (1992) Keoni (1993)Li (1994)Mele (1994)Nona (1994) Oliwa (1997) Paka (1997) Upana (2000)Wene (2000)
Alika (2002)Ele (2002)Huko (2002) Ioke (2006) Kika (2008)Lana (2009)Maka (2009) Neki (2009) Omeka (2010) Pewa (2013)
Unala (2013)Wali (2014) Ana (2014) Ela (2015) Halola (2015) Iune (2015)Kilo (2015)Loke (2015)Malia (2015)Niala (2015)
Oho (2015)Pali (2016)Ulika (2016) Walaka (2018)
References: [25] [26] [29] [30] [31] [35]

Western North Pacific

In the Western North Pacific ocean, there are two sets of names generally used. The first are the international names assigned to a tropical cyclone by the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) or the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC). The second set of names are local names assigned to a tropical cyclone by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration. This system often ends up with a tropical cyclone being assigned two names, should a tropical storm threaten the Philippines.

Japan Meteorological Agency meteorological service of Japan

The Japan Meteorological Agency, JMA, is an agency of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. It is charged with gathering and providing results for the public in Japan, that are obtained from data based on daily scientific observation and research into natural phenomena in the fields of meteorology, hydrology, seismology and volcanology, among other related scientific fields. Its headquarters is located in Chiyoda, Tokyo.

Joint Typhoon Warning Center

The Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) is a joint United States Navy – United States Air Force command located in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The JTWC is responsible for the issuing of tropical cyclone warnings in the North-West Pacific Ocean, South Pacific Ocean, and Indian Ocean for all branches of the U.S. Department of Defense and other U.S. government agencies. Their warnings are intended for the protection of primarily military ships and aircraft as well as military installations jointly operated with other countries around the world.

On January 1, 2000, the Japan Meteorological Agency, as the official Regional Specialized Meteorological Center, took over the naming of tropical cyclones in this basin. The names selected by the World Meteorological Organization's Typhoon Committee were from a pool of names submitted by the various countries that make up the Typhoon Committee.

Names used between 1945 – 1959

1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959
AnnBarbaraAnnaKarenCarmenDorisGeorgiaCharlotteIrmaElsieVioletSarahRoseOpheliaRubyMarge
BettyCharlotteBernedaLanaDellaElsieHopeDinahJudyFlossieWildaThelmaShirleyPhyllisSallyNora
ConnieDollyCarolMabelElaineFlossieIrisEmmaKitGraceAnitaVeraTrixRitaTildaOpal
DorisElinorDonnaNadineFayeGraceJoanFredaLolaHelenBillieWandaVirginiaSusanViolet Patsy
NancyGinnyEileenOpheliaGloriaHeleneKateGildaMamieIdaClaraAmyWendyTessWildaRuth
OpalIngridFaithPearlHesterIdaLouiseHarrietNinaJuneDotBabsAgnesViolaAnita Sarah
PeggyJanieGwenRoseIrmaJaneMargeIvyOpheliaKathyEllenCharlotteBessWinnie Billie Thelma
EdnaLillyHelenaAnnabellJudithKeziaNoraJeannePhyllisLornaFranDinahCarmenAliceClara Vera
EvaMaggieInezBerthaKittyLucretiaOraKarenRitaMarieGeorgia Emma DellaBetty Dot Wanda
QueenieOpalJoyceChrisLiseMissathaPatLoisSusanNancyHopeFredaElaineCoraEllenAmy
FrancesPriscillaKathleenDoloresMadelineNancyRuthMaryTessOlgaIrisGildaFayeDorisFranBabs
GraceQueridaLauraEuniceNellyOssiaSarahNonaViolaPamelaJoanHarrietGloriaElsieGeorgiaCharlotte
RuthAlmaMildredFloOmeliaPetieThelma Olive WinnieRubyKateIvyHesterFlossieHopeDinah
SusanBettyNanetteGertrudePatriciaRubyVeraPollyAliceSallyLouiseJeanIrmaGraceIrisEmma
TessDianneOliveHazelRenaAnitaWandaRoseBettyTildaMargeKarenJudyHelenJoanFreda
HelenPaulineIoneAllynBillie Amy ShirleyCoraNoraLucilleKit Ida Kate Gilda
UrsulaRosalindJackieBettyClaraBabsTrixDorisOpalMaryLolaJuneLouiseHarriet
IdaAliceKitCamillaDelilahVaePatsyNadineMamieKathy
VernaBeatriceLibbyEllenWilmaRuthOliveNinaLorna
WandaCathyMarthaFranAgnesPollyMarie
JeanDoraNormaBessNancy
KateElnoraOlgaCarmenOlga
LouiseFloraPatDellaPamela
MargeGladysRitaElaine
YvonneHannahAgnesFaye
NoraIreneBeverlyGloria
Jean Hester
References: [46]

Names used between 1960 – 1974

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974
IvyRitaFranOliveTessPatsyHesterRubyJeanPhyllisNancySarahKitWildaWanda
JeanSusanGeorgiaPollyViolaRuthIrmaSallyKimRitaOlgaThelmaLolaAnitaAmy
KarenTessHopeRoseWinnieSarahJudyThereseLucySusanPamelaVeraMamieBillieBabe
Lucille ViolaIrisShirleyAliceThelmaKitVioletMaryTessRubyWandaNinaClaraCarla
Mary WinnieJoanTrixBettyVeraLolaWildaNadineViolaSallyAmy Ora DotDinah
NadineAliceKateVirginiaCoraWandaMamieAnitaOliveWinnieThereseBabePhyllisEllenEmma
OliveBettyLouiseWendyDorisAmyNinaBilliePollyAliceVioletCarla Rita FranFreda
PollyCoraMargeAgnesElsieBabeOraClaraRoseBettyWildaDinahSusanGeorgiaGilda
RoseDorisNoraBessFlossieCarlaPhyllisDotShirleyCoraAnitaEmmaTessHopeHarriet
ShirleyElsieOpalCarmenGraceDinahRitaEllenTrixDorisBillieFredaViolaIrisIvy
TrixFlossiePatsyDellaHelenEmmaSusanFranVirginiaElsieClaraGildaWinnieJoanJean
VirginiaGraceRuthElaineIdaFredaTessGeorgiaWendyFlossieDotHarrietAliceKateKim
Wendy HelenSarahFayeJuneGildaViolaHopeAgnesGraceEllenIvyBettyLouiseLucy
AgnesIdaThelmaGloriaKathyHarrietWinnieIrisBonnieHelenFranJeanCoraMargeMary
BessJuneVeraHesterLornaIvyAliceJoanCarmenIdaGeorgiaKimDoris Nora Nadine
CarmenKathy Wanda IrmaMarieJeanBettyKateDellaJuneHopeLucyElsieOpalOlive
DellaLornaAmyJudyNancyKimCoraLouiseElaineKathyIrisMaryFlossiePatsyPolly
ElaineMarieBabeKitOlgaLucyDorisMargeFayeLorna Joan NadineGraceRuthRose
Faye Nancy CarlaLolaPamelaMaryElsieNoraGloriaMarie Kate Olive Helen SarahShirley
GloriaOlgaDinahMamieRubyNadineFlossieOpalHesterLouisePollyIdaThelmaTrix
HesterPamelaEmmaNinaSallyOliveGracePatsyIrmaMarge Rose JuneVeraVirginia
IrmaRuby Freda OraTildaPollyHelenRuthJudyNoraShirleyKathyWendy
JudySallyGildaPhyllisVioletRoseIdaSarahKitOpalTrixLornaAgnes
KitTildaHarrietRitaWildaShirleyJuneThelmaLola Patsy VirginiaMarie Bess
LolaVioletIvySusanAnitaTrixKathyVeraMamieRuthWendyNancyCarmen
MamieWildaJeanBillieVirginiaLornaWandaNinaAgnesOlgaDella
NinaAnita Karen ClaraWendyMarieAmyOraBessPamelaElaine
Ophelia BillieLucyDotAgnesNancyBabeCarmenRubyFaye
PhyllisClaraMaryEllenBessOlgaCarlaDellaSallyGloria
DotNadineFranCarmenPamelaDinahElaineThereseHester
EllenGeorgiaDellaEmmaFayeVioletIrma
HopeElaineFredaGloriaJudy
IrisFayeGilda Hester Kit
JoanGloriaHarrietIrma
KateIvyJudy
Louise
Marge
Nora
Opal
References: [46]

Names used between 1975 – 1989

1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989
LolaKathyPatsyNadineAliceCarmenFredaMamieSarahVernonElsieJudyOrchid Roy Winona
MamieLornaRuthOliveBessDomGerald Nelson TipWynnFabianKenPercySusanAndy
Nina MarieSarahPollyCecilEllenHollyOdessa Vera AlexGayLolaRuthThad Brenda
OraNancyThelmaRoseDotForrestIkePat Wayne Betty Hal MacSperryVanessa Cecil
Phyllis OlgaVeraShirleyEllisGeorgiaJuneRuby Abby Cary Irma Nancy Thelma Warren Dot
Rita Pamela WandaTrixFayeHerbert Kelly SkipBenDinahJeffOwenVernonAgnesEllis
SusanRubyAmyVirginiaGordonIdaLynnTessCarmenEdKit Peggy WynneBillFaye
TessSally Babe Wendy Hope Joe MauryValDomFredaLeeRogerAlexClara Gordon
ViolaThereseCarlaAgnesIrving Kim NinaWinona Ellen Gerald Mamie Sarah Betty DoyleHope
WinnieVioletDinahBonnieJudyLexOgden Andy Forrest Holly Nelson Tip Cary ElsieIrving
AliceWildaEmmaCarmenKenMargePhyllis Bess Georgia Ike Odessa Vera Dinah Fabian Judy
BettyAnitaFredaDellaLolaNorrisRoyCecilHerbert June Pat Wayne EdGayKen
Cora Billie GildaElaineMacOrchidSusanDotIdaKellyRuby Abby FredaHalLola
DorisClaraHarrietFayeNancyPercy Thad EllisJoeLynnSkipBen Gerald IrmaMac
ElsieDotIvyGloriaOwenRuthVanessa Faye Kim MauryTessCarmenHollyJeffNancy
FlossieEllenJeanHesterPamelaSperryWarrenGordonLexNinaValDomIanKitOwen
Grace Fran KimIrmaRogerThelma Agnes HopeMargeOgdenWinonaEllenJuneLeePeggy
HelenGeorgiaLucyJudySarahVernonBillIrvingNorrisPhyllisAndyForrest Kelly MamieRoger
IdaHopeMaryKit Tip Wynne Clara Judy OrchidRoyBrendaGeorgia Lynn Nelson Sarah
JuneIrisLolaVeraAlexDoyle Ken PercySusanCecilHerbertMauryOdessaTip
JoanMamieWayne Betty ElsieLolaRuthThad Dot Ida Nina PatVera
KateNinaAbbyCaryFabianMacSperryVanessaEllisJoeOgden Ruby Wayne
LouiseOraBenDinahGay Nancy Thelma Warren FayeKimPhyllis Skip Angela
MargePhyllisEdHazenOwen Agnes GordonLex Tess Brian
Nora Rita Irma PamelaBillHopeMargeValColleen
OpalSusanJeffRogerClaraIrvingNorris Dan
TessKitDoyle Elsie
Viola Lee Forrest
Winnie Gay
Hunt
Irma
Jack
References: [46]

Names used between 1990 – 2004

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
KorynSharonAxelIrmaOwenChuckAnnHannahNicholeHildaDamreyCimaronTapahYanyan Sudal
LewisTimBobbieJackPageDeannaBart Isa OttoIrisLongwangChebi Mitag Kujira Nida
MarianVanessaChuck Koryn RussEliCamJimmyPennyJacob Kirogi DurianHagibisChan-homOmais
NathanWaltDeannaLewisSharonFayeDanKellyRexKateKai-takUtorNoguri Linfa Conson
Ofelia Yunya EliMarianTimGaryEveLeviStellaLeoTembinTrami Rammasun Nangka Chanthu
PercyZekeFayeNathanVanessaHelenFrankieMarieToddMaggieBolavenKong-rey Chataan Soudelor Dianmu
RobynAmyGaryOfeliaWaltIrvingGloriaNestorVickiNeilChanchuYutu Halong Imbudo Mindulle
SteveBrendanHelenPercyYunyaJanis Herb OpalWaldoOlgaJelawatTorajiNakri Koni Tingting
Tasha Caitlin Irving RobynZeke Kent IanPeterYanniPaulEwiniarMan-yi Fengshen Morakot Kompasu
VernonDoug Janis SteveAmyLoisJoyRosie Zeb Rachel Bilis UsagiKalmaegi Etau Namtheun
Winona Ellie Kent TashaBrendanMarkKirkScottAlexSamKaemiPabukFung-wongVamcoMalou
YancyFredLoisVernonCaitlinNinaLisaTina Babs Tanya Prapiroon Wutip Kammuri Krovanh Meranti
Zola Gladys MarkWinona Doug Oscar MartyVictorChipVirgilMariaSepatPhanfone Dujuan Rananim
Abe HarryNina Yancy ElliePollyNiki Winnie Dawn Wendy Saomai Fitow Vongfong Maemi Malakas
BeckyIvy Omar Zola Fred RyanOrsonYuleElvisYorkBophaDanas Rusa Choi-wanMegi
CecilJoelPollyAbeGladysSibylPiper Zita Faith ZiaWukong Nari Sinlaku Koppu Chaba
Dot Kinna RyanBeckyHarryTedRickAmberGilAnnSonamuVipaHagupitKetsana Aere
Ed Luke SibylCecilIvyVal Sally Bing Bart ShanshanFranciscoChangmiParma Songda
Flo Mireille TedDotJoelWardTomCassCamYagiLekimaMekkhalaMelorSarika
Gene NatValEdKinnaYvetteVioletDavidDanXangsaneKrosa Higos Nepartak Haima
Hattie Orchid WardFloLukeZackWillieEllaEveBebincaHaiyanBavi Lupit Meari
IraPatYvetteGeneMelissa Angela YatesFritzFrankie Rumbia PodulMaysakMa-on
JeanaRuthZackHattieNatBrianZaneGingerGloriaSoulikLinglingHaishen Tokage
KyleSethAngelaIraOrchidColleenAbelHankKajiki Pongsona Nock-ten
Lola Thelma BrianJeanaPatDanBeth Ivan Faxai Muifa
Mike VerneColleenKyleRuthCarlo Joan Vamei Merbok
NellWildaDanLolaSethDale Keith Nanmadol
Owen Yuri ElsieMannyTeresaErnie Linda Talas
Page Zelda Forrest NellVerne Fern MortNoru
Russ Gay WildaGreg
HuntYuri
Zelda
Axel
Bobbie
References: [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [46]

Names used between 2005 – 2014

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Kulap Chanchu Kong-rey Neoguri Kujira Omais Aere PakharSonamu Lingling
RokeJelawatYutu Rammasun Chan-hom Conson SongdaSanvuShanshanKajiki
Sonca Ewiniar Toraji Matmo Linfa Chanthu SarikaMawarYagiFaxai
Nesat Bilis Man-yi Halong NangkaDianmuHaima Guchol LeepiPeipah
Haitang KaemiUsagiNakri Soudelor MindulleMeariTalim Bebinca Tapah
Nalgae Prapiroon Pabuk Fengshen MolaveLionrock Ma-on Doksuri Rumbia Mitag
Banyan Maria Wutip Kalmaegi Goni Kompasu Tokage Khanun Soulik Hagibis
Washi Saomai Sepat Fung-wong Morakot Namtheun Nock-ten Vicente Cimaron Neoguri
Matsa Bopha Fitow Kammuri Etau Malou Muifa Saola Jebi Rammasun
Sanvu Wukong DanasPhanfoneVamcoMerantiMerbok Damrey Mangkhut Matmo
MawarSonamu Nari Vongfong Krovanh Fanapi Nanmadol Haikui Utor Halong
Guchol Shanshan Wipha Nuri DujuanMalakas Talas Kirogi Trami Nakri
Talim Yagi Francisco Sinlaku Mujigae Megi Noru Kai-tak Kong-reyFengshen
Nabi Xangsane Lekima Hagupit Koppu Chaba Kulap Tembin Yutu Kalmaegi
KhanunBebincaKrosa Jangmi Choi-wan Roke Bolaven Toraji Fung-wong
Vicente Rumbia Haiyan Mekkhala Ketsana Sonca Sanba Man-yi Kammuri
SaolaSoulikPodul Higos Parma Nesat Jelawat Usagi Phanfone
Damrey Cimaron LinglingBavi Melor HaitangEwiniarPabuk Vongfong
Longwang Chebi Kajiki Maysak Nepartak Nalgae Maliksi Wutip Nuri
Kirogi Durian Faxai HaishenLupitBanyanGaemiSepatSinlaku
Kai-tak Utor PeipahNoul Mirinae Washi Prapiroon Fitow Hagupit
TembinTramiTapah Dolphin Nida MariaDanas Jangmi
Bolaven Mitag Son-Tinh Nari
Hagibis Bopha Wipha
Wukong Francisco
Lekima
Krosa
Haiyan
Podul
References: [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31] [32]

Names used between 2015 – 2019

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Mekkhala Nepartak Muifa Bolaven Pabuk
HigosLupitMerbokSanbaWutip
Bavi Mirinae Nanmadol Jelawat
Maysak Nida Talas Ewiniar
HaishenOmais Noru Maliksi
Noul ConsonKulapGaemi
Dolphin ChanthuRokePrapiroon
Kujira Dianmu Sonca Maria
Chan-hom Mindulle Nesat Son-Tinh
Linfa Lionrock HaitangAmpil
Nangka KompasuNalgaeWukong
Soudelor NamtheunBanyan Jongdari
MolaveMalou Hato Shanshan
Goni Meranti Pakhar Yagi
Atsani Rai SanvuLeepi
Etau Malakas MawarBebinca
Vamco Megi GucholRumbia
Krovanh Chaba TalimSoulik
Dujuan Aere Doksuri Cimaron
Mujigae Songda Khanun Jebi
Choi-wan Sarika Lan Mangkhut
Koppu Haima SaolaBarijat
ChampiMeari Damrey Trami
In-faMa-on Haikui Kong-rey
Melor TokageKirogi Yutu
Nock-ten Kai-tak Toraji
Tembin Man-yi
Usagi
References: [31] [32]

Philippines

Since 1963, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), have assigned their own names to typhoons that pass through its area of responsibility. [47] Unlike the World Meteorological Organization's standard of assigning names to tropical cyclones when they reach wind-speeds of 65 km/h (40 mph), PAGASA assigns a name to a tropical depression when they either form or move into their area of responsibility. [47] [48] Four sets of tropical cyclone names are rotated annually with typhoon names stricken from the list should they do more than 1 billion pesos worth of damage to the Philippines and/or cause 300 or more deaths. [49] [50] Should the list of names for a given year prove insufficient, names are taken from an auxiliary list. [49]

Names used between 1963–1974

1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974
AuringAsiangToyangAtringAtangAuringAsiangAtringAtangAuringSisangAsiangAtringAtang
BebengBiringUndangBiningBisingBebengBiringBiningBisingBebengTriningBiringBiningBising
KatringKonsingWelpringKuringKlaringKatringKonsingKuringKlaringKatring Uring Konsing KuringKlaring
DidingDadingYoningDalingDelingDidingDidangDalingDelingDidingWarlingDidangDalingDeling
EtangEdengAringElangEmangEtangEdengElangEmangEtangYayangEdengElangEmang
GeningGloringBasiangGloringGadingGeningGloringGoringGadingGeningAding Gloring GoringGading
HermingHuaningKayangHulingHelingHermingHuaningHulingHelingHermingBarangHunaningHulingHeling
IsingIsangDorangIbiangIliangIsingIniangIbiangIliangIsingKrisingIsangIbiangIliang
LudingLusingEnangLumingLolengLudingLusingLumingLolengLudingDadangLusing Luming Loleng
MamengMaringGrasingMillingMidingMamengMaringMilingMidingMamengErlingMaringMillingMiding
NenengNitangHobingNarsingNormingNenengNitangNarsingNormingNeneng Goying NitangNarsingNorming
OniangOsangIningOpengOyangOniangOsangOpengOyangOniangHobingOsangOpengOyang
PepangParingLilingPiningPitangPepangParingPiningPitangPepangIningParingPasing
RosingRemingMoningRubingRupingRosingRemingRubingRupingRosingRemingRuping
SisangSeniangNaningSalingSeningSisangSeniangSaling Sening Seniang Susang
TriningOringTasingTitangTriningToyang Titang ToyangTering
UndingUdingUringUdingUndangUding
WaldingWeningWelmingWeningWening
YeyengYolingYayang Yoling Yaning
AndingAningAdingAningAning
BinangBarangBidangBidang
Kading
Delang
References: [51]

Names used between 1975–1987

1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987
AuringAsiangAtringAtangAuringAsiangAtringAkangAuringAsiangAtringAkangAuring
Bebeng BiringBiningBisingBebengBiringBining Bising Bebeng BiringBiningBisingBebeng
KatringKonsingKuringKlaringKatringKonsingKuringKlaring Katring Konsing Kuring Klaring Katring
DidingDidangDalingDelingDidingDitangDalingDeling Diding Ditang Daling DelingDiding
EtangEdengElangEmangEtangEdengElangEmangEtangEdengElangEmangEtang
GeningGloringGoringGadingGeningGloringGoringGadingGeningGloringGoring Gading Gening
HermingHuaningHulingHelingHermingHuaningHulingHeling Herming HuaningHulingHeling Herming
IsingIsangIbiangIliang Ising IsangIbiang Iliang Ising Isang Ibiang Iliang Ising
LudingLusingLumingLolengLudingLusingLumingLolengLudingLusing Luming Loleng Luding
MamengMaring Miling MidingMamengMaringMillingMidingMameng Maring Milling Miding Mameng
Neneng Nitang NarsingNormingNeneng Nitang Narsing Norming Neneng Nitang Narsing Norming Neneng
OniangOsangOpengOyangOniang Osang Openg OyangOniangOsangOpengOyang Oniang
PepangParingPiningPasingPepangParing Pining PasingPepangParingPiningPasing Pepang
Rosing Reming RubingRupingRosingReming Rubing RupingRosing Reming RubingRubingRosing
SisangSeniangSalingSusangSisangSeniangSaling Susang SisangSeniang Saling Susang Sisang
ToyangTasingTeringTriningToyangTasing Tering TriningToyangTasingTeringTrining
UndangUndingUdingUringUndangUnsingUdingUring Undang UnsingUding
WelpringWaldingWeling Warling WelpringWalding Weling WarlingWelpringWeling
YoningYeyengYaningYayangYoningYeyengYaningYayangYoningYaning
AringAningAding Aring Anding AningAdingAringAning
BasiangBidangBarangBasiangBinangBidangBarangBidang
Kayang Kading KrisingKayangKadiangKrising
DelangDorang Dinang Dadang
Esang
Garding
References: [51] [52] [53] [54] [55] [56] [57]

Names used between 1988–2000

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000
Asiang AtringAkang [52] AuringAsiangAtringWaldingAkang Ritang AuringAsiangAtringAkangAuringAsiang
Biring Bining Bising [58] BebengBiringBiningYeyengBising Susang BebengBiringBiningBisingBebengBiring
Konsing Kuring [59] Klaring [60] KaringKonsingKuringAndingKlaringTeringKaringKonsingKuringKlaringKaringKonsing
DitangDalingDiding Diding DitangDalingBinangDelingUdingDidingDitangDalingDelingDiding Ditang
EdengElang [61] EmangEtangEdengElangKadiangEmangWelingEtangEdengElangEmangEtangEdeng
Gloring Goring [52] GadingGening Gloring Goring DinangGadingYaning Gening GloringGoringGadingGeningGloring
HuaningHulingHeling [62] HelmingHuaningHulingEpangHelingAningHelming Huaning HulingHelingHelmingHuaning
IsangIbiang Iliang [62] Ising IsangIbiangGundangIliangBidangIsingIsang Ibiang Iliang Ising Isang
LusingLumingLoleng [62] Luding Lusing LumingHusingLolengKatringLudingLusing Luming Loleng Luding Lusing
MaringMiling [53] MidingMamengMaringMilingIndangMidingDelangMameng Maring MilingMiding Mameng Maring
NingningNarsing Norming [60] Neneng NingningNarsingLuringNormingEsangNanengNingning Narsing Norming NanengNingning
Osang Openg [52] Oyang OniangOsangOpengMonangOyangGardingOniangOsang Openg Oniang Osang
ParingPining Pasing Pepang ParingPiningNaningPasingPepangParingPiningPepangParing
Reming Rubing [52] Ruping Rosing RemingRubingOning Rosing Reming Rubing ReningReming
Seniang Saling Susang Sendang Seniang SalingPuringSendangSeniangSendangSeniang
Toyang Tasing [52] Tering Trining Tasing TriningToyangTrining Toyang
Unsang UnsingUding Uring UnsingUlpiangUlpiang
Welpring WaldingWarlingWelpring
Yoning YeyengYayang
Apiang
References: [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22]

Names used and scheduled between 2001–2014

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
AuringAgaton Amang Niña AmboNinaAuringAgatonAmangAmboAuringAgatonAmangAmboAuringNando Agaton
Barok Basyang Batibot Onyok ButchoyOfelBisingBasyangBebengButchoyBising Basyang Bebeng Butchoy Bising Odette Basyang
CrisingCaloy Chedeng Pogi Cosme PabloCrising Caloy Chedeng Cosme Crising CaloyChedengCarinaCrising Paolo Caloy
DarnaDagulDodongQuiel Dindo QuintaDanteDomengDodong Dindo Dante DomengDodongDindoDante Quedan Domeng
EmongEspada Egay RoskasEntengRollyEmong Ester Egay EntengEmongEsterEgay Enteng EmongRamilEster
Feria Florita FalconSikat Frank Siony Feria Florita Falcon Frank Feria FloritaFalcon Ferdie Fabian Santi Florita
Gorio Gloria Gilas Tisoy Gener Tonyo Gorio Glenda Goring Gener Gorio Glenda Goring Gener Gorio Tino Glenda
HuaningHambalos Harurot Ursula Helen Unding Huaning Henry Hanna Helen HuaningHenryHanna Helen Huaning Urduja Henry
Isang Inday InengViringIgmeVioleta Isang IndayIneng Igme Isang Inday Ineng Igme Isang Vinta Inday
JolinaJuan Juaning Weng Julian Winnie Jolina Juan Juaning Julian Jolina Juan Juaning Julian Jolina Wilma Jose
Kiko Kaka Kabayan Yoyoy Karen Yoyong KikoKatringKabayan Karen Kiko Katring Kabayan Karen Kiko Yolanda Karding
Labuyo Lagalag LakayZigzagLawinZosimoLabuyo Luis LandoLawinLabuyoLando Lawin Labuyo Zoraida Luis
Maring Milenyo Manang Marce Maring Milenyo Mina Marce Maring Mina Marce Maring Mario
NanangNenengNandoNeneng Nina NandoNonoyNina Neneng
OndoyOndoyOmpong Ofel Ondoy Onyok Ofel Ompong
PablingPepeng Paeng Pablo Pepeng Pedring Pablo Paeng
QuedanQuedan Queenie Quinta Quedan Quiel QuintaQueenie
Reming RollyRamilRamon Ruby
Seniang Siony Santi Sendong Seniang
TomasTonyoTino
Ulysses Urduja
Vinta
References: [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31] [32]

Names used and scheduled between 2015–2020

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
Amang AmboAuring Agaton AmangAmbo
Betty Butchoy BisingBasyangBettyButchoy
Chedeng Carina CrisingCaloyChedengCarina
Dodong Dindo DanteDomengDodongDindo
Egay Enteng Emong EsterEgayEnteng
Falcon Ferdie FabianFloritaFalconFerdie
Goring Gener Gorio Gardo GoringGener
Hanna Helen Huaning Henry HannaHelen
Ineng Igme Isang IndayInengIgme
Jenny Julian Jolina JosieJennyJulian
Kabayan Karen KikoKardingKabayanKristine
Lando Lawin LannieLuisLiwaywayLeon
MarilynMarce Maring Maymay MarilynMarce
Nona Nina NandoNenengNimfaNika
OnyokOdette Ompong OnyokOfel
Paolo Paeng PerlaPepito
QuedanQueenieQuielQuinta
Ramil Rosita RamonRolly
Salome SamuelSarahSiony
TinoTomasTisoyTonyo
Urduja UsmanUrsulaUlysses
Vinta ViringVicky
References: [31] [32]

North Indian Ocean

During its annual session in 2000 the WMO/ESCAP Panel on North Indian tropical cyclones, agreed in principle to start assigning names to Cyclonic Storms that developed within the North Indian Ocean. [63] [64] As a result, the panel requested that each member country submit a list of ten names to a rapporteur by the end of the year 2000. [64] At the 2001 session of the Panel, the rapporteur reported that seven of the eight countries had submitted their names. [64] However, India had refused to submit a list of names, as it had some reservations about assigning names to tropical cyclones, due to the regional, cultural and linguistic diversity of the panel members. [64] The panel subsequently studied the names and felt that some of the names would not be appealing to the public or the media, and requested that members submit new lists of names. [64] At the following years session the rapporteur reported that there had been a poor response by member countries in resubmitting their lists of names. [64] In response the panel felt that it was important that the work continued and urged the members to copperate and submit their names to the rapporteur. [64] The names were subsequently submitted in time for the 2004 session, however, India had still not submitted their names, despite promising to do so. [64] The rapporteur presented the 4 lists of names that would be used with a gap left for India's names and recommended that the India Meteorological Department's Regional Specialised Meteorological Centre in New Delhi name the systems. [64] The rapporteur also recommended that the naming lists were used on an experimental basis during the season, starting in May or June 2004 and that the lists should only be used until 2009 when a new list would be drawn up for the following ten years. [64] The naming lists were then completed in May 2004, after India submitted their names, however the lists were not used until September 2004 when the first tropical cyclone was named Onil by India Meteorological Department. [63] [65]

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
OnilHibaru Mala Akash Nargis Bijli Laila Keila Murjan Viyaru NanaukAshobaa Roanu Maarutha Sagar Fani
Agni PyarrMukda Gonu Rashmi Aila Bandu Thane Nilam Phailin Hudhud KomenKyant Mora Mekunu
BaazOgni Yemyin Khai-Muk Phyan Phet Helen Nilofar Chapala Nada Ockhi Daye
Fanoos Sidr Nisha Ward Giri Lehar Megh Vardah Luban
Jal MadiTitli
Gaja
Phethai
References: [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31] [32]

South-West Indian Ocean

In January 1960, a formal naming scheme was introduced for the South-West Indian Ocean between Africa and 80°E, by the Mauritius and Madagascan Weather Services with the first cyclone being named Alix. [66] [67] [68] Over the next few years the names were selected in various ways including by the meteorological services of the region for several years at a time, before it was turned over to the WMO's South West Indian Ocean Tropical Cyclone Committee at the start of the 2000-01 season. [69]

Names used between January 1960 – July 1975

1959–601960–611961–62 1962–63 1963–64 1964–65 1965–66 1966–67 1967–68 1968–69 1969–70 1970–71 1971–72 1972–73 1973–74
AlixAnnaAdaAmyAmandaArletteJudyAnneAngelaAnitaAnnieAlineAndreeAgnesArianeAlice
BrigetteBarbaraBerylBerthaBettyBessieKathleenBrendaBellaBelindaBertheBlancheBetsyBelleBeatriceBernadette
CarolClaraChantalCecileChristineConnieLesleyClaudeColleteCarmenClaineCorrineClaudineCarolineCharlotteChristiane
DorisDaisyDeliaDanielleDoreenMaureenDeniseDaphneDebbyDanyDelphineDominiqueDollyDorotheeDalida
EvaEmilyEmmaEileenEdnaNancyEvelynElisaElspethEveElianeEdithEugenieEmmanuelleEsmeralda
FloraFannyFrancesFredaOliveFrancineFlorenceFlossieFannyFrancoiseFelicieFabienneFaustineFredegonde
GinaGraceGiselleGinettePeggyGermaineGilberteGeorgetteGiletteGenevieveGinetteGigiGertrudeGhislaine
HelenHildaHarrietHazelRoseHilaryHuguetteHenrietteHeleneHermineHelgaHermioneHortenseHonorine
IsabelIreneIngridIrisIvyIrmaIdaIseultIphigenieIsis
JennyJulieJoseJudithJackieJanineJaneJoelleJessy
KateKarenKayKathyKarineKatiaKalinkaKitty
LucyLilyLottieLouiseLiseLydie
MaudMoniqueMicheleMurielMarcelle
NoreenNelly
References: [67] [70] [71] [72] [73] [74] [75] [76] [77] [78] [79] [80] [81] [82] [83]

Names used between August 1974 – July 1989

1974–75 1975–76 1976–77 1977–78 1978–79 1979–80 1980–81 1981–82 1982–83 1983–84 1984–85 1985–86 1986–87 1987–88 1988–89
AdeleAudreyAgatheAuroreAngeleAlbineAdelaideArmelleArilisyAndryAnetyAlifredyAlininaArinyAdelinina
BlandineBarbaraBrigittaBabetteBenjamineBereniceBettinaBenedicteBemanyBakolyBobalahyBerobiaBemazavaBenandroBarisaona
CamilleClotildeClarenceCelimeneCelineClaudetteChristelleClarisseeCleraCabotoCelestinaCosta Clotilda CalideraCalasanjy
DeborahDanaeDomitileDulcineeDoraDanitzaDianaDamiaDadafy Domoina DitraDelifininaDaodoDoazaDona
ElsaEllaEmilieEstherEstelleEglantineEdwigeElectreElinahEdoaraEsiteraErinestaElizabetaEzeninaEdme
FernandeFrederiqueFifiFleurFatouFloreFlorineFridaFelyFanjaFeliksaFilomena Filao Firinga
GervaiseGladysGildaGeorgiaGelieGuduleGaelleGabrielleGalyGerimenaGistaGasitaoGizela
HeloiseHeliotropeHerveaHuberteHelios Hyacinthe HelyetteHeberteHajaHelisaonina Honorinina HelyHanitra
InesIoIrenaIdylleIvanneIadineIsabeauImboaIarimaIarisenaIana
JunonJacquelineJacintheJohanneJustineJaminyJefotraJinabo
KikiKoliaKlaraKarla Kamisy KrisostomaKrisy
LucieLaureLisaLilaLezissy
Marylou
Nadine
References: [84] [85] [86] [87] [88] [89] [90] [91] [92] [93] [94] [95] [96] [97] [98] [99]

Names used between August 1989 – June 2004

1989–90 1990–91 1991–92 1992–93 1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–2000 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04
Alibera AlisonAlexandraAvionaAlexinaAlbertineAgnielleAntoinetteAnacelleAldaAstrideAndoAndreAtangAbaimba
Baomavo Bella BrynaBabieBettinaBentha Bonita BellamineBeltaneBirendaBabiolaBinduBakoBouraBeni
CezeraCynthiaCelestaColinaCeciliaChristelleCorynaChantelleCindyChikita Connie Charly Cyprien CrystalCela
DetyDebraDaviliaDessiliaDaisyDorinaDoloresseDaniellaDonalineDavinaDamienneDera Dina Delfina Darius
EdisoanaElmaElizabethaEdwinaEdmeaElicecaEdwigeElvinaElsieEvrina Eline EvaristeEddyEbula Elita
FelanaFatimaFaridaFinellaFarahFodahFlossyFabriolaFionaFeliciaFrancescaFariFrank
GregoaraGritelleGerdaGracia Geralda GailGuylianne Gretelle GemmaGloriaGuillaumeGerry Gafilo
HantaHeatherHutelle Hollanda HeidaHansellaHelinda Hudah Hary HapeHelma
IkonjoIrnaIoniaIvyIngridItelleIlettaInnocenteIkalaIshaItseng
JourdanneJulitaJostaJennaJosieJery Japhet Juba
KonitaKelvinaKylieKarlette Kesiny Kalunde
LitanneLidyLisetteLuma
MariolaMarlene Manou
Nadia
Odille
References: [100] [101] [102] [103] [104] [105] [106] [107] [108] [109] [110] [111] [112] [113] [114]

Names used between July 2004 – June 2019

2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18 2018-19
ArolaAlvinAnitaArielAsmaAnjaAbeleAlengaAnais Amara AdjaliAnnabelleAbelaAvaAlcide
BentoBoloetse Bondo BongweBernardBongani Bingiza BenildeBoldwin Bejisa BansiBohaleBransbyBerguittaBouchra
ChamboCarinaClovisCelinaCindaCleoCheronoChandaClaudiaColin Chedza CorentinCarlosCebileCilida
DarenDiwaDoraDamaDongoDavidDandoDumileDeliweDiamondraDayaDineoDumazileDesmond
Ernest EliaEnokElnusEricEdzaniEthelEmangEdilsonEuniceEmeraude Enawo EliakimEketsang
Felapi Favio Fame Fanele Fami Funso FellengFobaneFundi Fantala FernandoFakirFunani
Gerard Gamede GulaGaelGelane Giovanna GinoGuitoGlendaGelena
HennieHumba Hondo Hina Hubert Hilwa Haruna Hellen HalibaHaleh
Isang Indlala Ivan IzildaImani Irina ImeldaIvanoeIkola Idai
JulietJaya Jokwe JadeJoëlJoniJamalaJoalaneJoaninha
KambaKuena Kenneth
LolaLorna
References: [115] [116] [117] [118] [119] [120] [121] [122] [123] [124] [125] [126] [127]

Australian Region

Tropical cyclones in the Australian region are named by one of five tropical cyclone warning centers that each have the right to name tropical cyclones. [128] The naming of cyclones officially started during the 1963–64 tropical cyclone season, with the first name being assigned on January 6, 1964 to Cyclone Bessie. [129] [130] Female names were used exclusively until the current convention of alternating male and female names commenced in 1975. [129] Names that cause significant damage within the Australian region are retired by the Bureau of Meteorology (Australia) with new names selected at the bi-annual meeting of the World Meteorological Organization's RA V Tropical Cyclone Committee. [128] [129] In 2008, the lists used by the three TCWC centres were combined to form a single list of names. [131]

Names used between July 1963 – June 1978

1963–641964–651965–661966–671967–681968–691969–70 1970–71 1971–72 1972–73 1973–74 1974–75 1975–76 1976–77 1977–78
BessieRitaAmandaBerylBetsyAdeleBlossomAndreaKittyJeanInesMarciaRayHarryTom
DoraFloraCarolDelliahBerthaAmberDianeCarmenSallyKerryAnneNorah Joan TedSam
EvaUnaJoyEdithDoreenBeatieAdaBeverlyAltheaAdelineBerylPennyKimIreneTrudy
CarmenJudyLisaEliseDixieCheriGlynisEvaBronwynMaudNatalieSelmaSueJuneVern
HazelAnnieBettyGwenEllaBettinaHarrietJanetCarlottaKirstyCecily Tracy VanessaKeithGwen
GertieMarieConnieElaineGinaBridgetDollyLorisWendyLeahUnaFloraAlanLillyWinnie
KatieDollyMarthaCynthiaBonnieGladysIngridMyrtleDaisyMadgeDeidreRobynBethMiles Alby
JoanNancyLauraAuderyJudyPollyTessieBellaEricaGloriaWallyNancyBrenda
MavisSandraNellieLeoineDawnRitaVickyPaulaFionaShirleyColinJackHal
RuthShirleyEstherFlorenceShielaAngelaMarcelleGwendaTrixieAliceKaren
AliceCindyAggieBelindaVeraWilmaDawnOtto
GiseleKathyDoraEmilyWandaVidaWatoreaLeo
IsaGertieCarolYvonneBeverleyCarolVerna
LuluIdaFaithHelenAmeliaHope
FionaGailZoeClaraLinda
YvonneHannahIsobelDenise
MaggieIdaJessie
LenaJenny
MavisAlice
References: [130]

Names used between July 1978 – June 1993

1978–79 1979–80 1980–81 1981–82 1982–83 1983–84 1984–85 1985–86 1986–87 1987–88 1988–89 1989–90 1990–91 1991–92 1992–93
Peter ViolaAliceBessiJaneOscarHarveyEmmaNicholasConnieAgi Ilona PedroLaurenceMarkKen
GretaWilfBertAmeliaDesPearlBobbyFrankOpheliaIrmaFredericDelilahFelicity Joy Betsy Nina
RosaPaulCarolChrisElinorQuentonIngridMonicaPanchoDamienGwendaJohnRositaChrisHarrietLena
HazelAmyDanBrunoKenEstherChloe Nigel HectorJasonCharlieKirrilySamDaphneIanOliver
IvanBrianEdnaDaphneLenaFritzFerdinandOdetteVernonElise Herbie HarryGregKelvinNevillePolly
JaneClaraFelixErrolMontyTimJimGertie Winifred KayMarciaVincentElmaJaneRoger
StanDeanMabelAbigailNaomiGraceDarylHubertRhondaBlancheNedWalterErrolMonty
KevinRuthEddieGrahamVivienne Kathy IsobelSelwynAivuMarianAdel
EnidNeilCarolWillyLanceJacobTiffany Orson Fifi
FredFredaHarrietAnnettePierreAlfredMeenaLisa
SimonMaxIanRebeccaVictorEric
DorisOlgaBernieKirstyAlisonHilda
GloriaPaddyDominicLindsayManuIvor
SinaClaudiaSandyBillyAlex
TanyaBessi
MargotTina
Gretel
References: [132] [133] [134] [135] [136] [137] [138] [139] [140] [141] [142] [143] [144] [145] [146]

Names used between July 1993 – June 2008

1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–00 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08
NaomiAnnetteDarylLindsaySidZeliaIlsa Sam AlexFionaJanaPhoebeBertieIsobelLee
Oscar Bobby EmmaMelanieSelwynAlison John TerriBessi Graham DebbieRaymond Clare Nelson Guba
PearlVioletFrankNicholas Katrina BillyKirrilyWinsomeBernieHarrietKenSallyDarylOdetteMelanie
QuentonWarrenGertieOpheliaTiffany Thelma LeonVincent Chris CraigLindaTimJim George Helen
SadieChloeBarryFergus Les CathyMarciaWylvaClaudia Erica Fritz Harvey Kate JacobNicholas
TheodoreAgnesHubertPhilVictorOlinda Steve AbigailDes Inigo Monty Vivienne Emma KaraOphelia
SharonCelesteRachelMayDamienNormanWalterDianneEpiEvan Ingrid Larry PierrePancho
TimJacobPanchoNathanPeteOlgaAlistairBonnieNickyWillyFloydRosie
VivenneIsobelGillian Rona TessiErrol Fay Adeline Glenda Durga
WillyDennisIta Vance VaughanUpiaGraceHubert
Kirsty Justin ElainePaulOscar Monica
EthelRhondaFrederic Rosita
Olivia Harold Gwenda
Hamish
References: [109] [110] [111] [112] [113] [114] [115] [116] [117] [118] [147] [148] [149] [150] [151]

Names used between July 2008 – June 2019

2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18 2018–19
Anika Laurence AnggrekFinaMitchellAlessiaBakungStanYvetteCempakaOwen
Billy Magda Tasha Grant Narelle BruceKateTatianaAlfredDahliaKenanga
CharlotteNevilleVinceHeidi Oswald Christine Lam UriahBlancheHildaPenny
DominicOlgaZeliaIggyPetaDylan Marcia CalebIrvingRiley
ElliePaulAnthony Jasmine RustyEdnaNathan Debbie JoyceSavannah
FreddyRobynBiancaKojiSandra Fletcher Olwyn Ernie Kelvin Trevor
GabrielleSeanCarlos Lua Tim Gillian QuangFrancesLindaVeronica
Hamish DianneVictoriaHadi Raquel Greg Marcus Wallace
IlsaErrolZane Ita NoraLili
JasperJackFlamboyanAnn
Kirrily
References: [119] [120] [121] [122] [123] [124] [125] [126] [127]

South Pacific

Tropical Cyclones started to be named within the South Pacific, by the New Caledonia Meteorological Office during the 1958–59 season. [152] [153] The Fiji Office of the New Zealand Meteorological Service subsequently started to also name cyclones during the 1969–70 season with Alice being the first name to be used. [152]


Names used between 1958 – 1970

1958–591959–601960–611961–621962–631963–641964–651965–661966–671967–681968–691969–70
AureliaGabrielleAmandaBarbarineAudreyJudyConnieAngelaAnnieBeckyAlice
BeatriceHonorineBrigitteCatherineBerthaLucieDinahBrendaColleenDolly
CharlotteIdaCorineIsisEdithOlgaAgnesFlorenceHortenseEmma
DorotheeBerthaDelilahGertieBarbaraGiseleIreneGillian
EulalieConnieErikaHenriettaGlendaEstherHelen
FlorenceFloraIsa
Gina
References: [153] [154] [155] [156]

Names used between July 1970 – June 1985

1970–71 1971–72 1972–73 1973–74 1974–75 1975–76 1976–77 1977–78 1978–79 1979–80 1980–81 1981–82 1982–83 1983–84 1984–85
NoraUrsula Bebe LottieValCharlotteKimSteveFayOfaDiolaGyanJotiRewaAtuDrena
OdileVivienneColletteMonicaAlisonDavidLaurieTessaGordonPeniArthurHettieSabaKinaBeti Eric
PriscillaWendyDianaNessieBettyElsaMarionAnneHenryRaeBetsyIsaacLisaSarahCyrilFreda
RosieYolandeElenorePamFrancesNormanBobKerrySinaCliffMarkTomasiGavin
DoraAgathaFelicityStellaGeorgePatCharlesLeslieTiaDamanNanoVeenaHina
IdaGlendaTinaHopeRobertDianaMeliValEsau
Nisha-Orama
LenaHenriettaErnieWallyFran Oscar William
JulietteJanPrema
References: [157] [158] [159]

Names used between July 1985 – June 2000

1985–86 1986–87 1987–88 1988–89 1989–90 1990–91 1991–92 1992–93 1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–00
ImaOsea Anne EsetaNancy Sina Tia Esau Joni Rewa VaniaYasiCyrilLusiUrsulaCoraIris
JunePatsy Bola Fili Ofa Val Fran Kina SarahWilliamZaka Drena Martin VeliDaniJo
KeliRajaCillaGinaPeni Wasa-Arthur LinTomasAtuEvanNuteWesEllaKim
LusiSallyDoviHarryRaeBetsyGeneMickUshaBetiFreda Osea Yali Frank Leo
Martin Tusi IvyCliffHettieNisha Gavin PamZumanGitaMona
Namu UmaJudyDamanInnisOli Hina Ron Alan HaliNeil
VeliKerry Prema Ian Susan Bart
WiniLiliJuneTui
YaliMeena Keli
Zuman
References: [109] [110] [142] [143] [144] [145] [147] [148] [149] [150] [151] [157] [159]

Names used between July 2000 – June 2012

2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15
Oma Trina Yolande Heta Judy Tam Xavier Daman HettieMick Vania Cyril Evan Ian Niko
Paula Vicky Zoe Ivy Kerry Urmil YaniElisaInnisNisha Wilma DaphneFredaJuneOla
Rita Waka Ami Lola Vaianu Zita Funa Joni Oli Yasi GarryKofi Pam
Sose Beni MeenaWati Arthur Gene Ken Pat ZakaHaley Lusi Reuben
Cilla Nancy Becky Lin ReneAtuMikeSolo
Dovi Olaf Cliff SarahBune
Eseta Percy Tomas
FiliRae Ului
GinaSheila
References: [111] [112] [113] [114] [115] [116] [117] [118] [119] [120] [121] [122] [123] [124] [125]

Names used between July 2015 – June 2019

2015–16 2016–17 2017–18 2018-19
TuniBartFehiLiua
Ula Cook Gita Mona
Victor Donna Hola Neil
Winston EllaIrisOma
YaloJosiePola
ZenaKeni
Amos
References: [126] [127]

South Atlantic

During March 2004, a rare tropical cyclone developed within the Southern Atlantic, about 1,010 km (630 mi) to the east-southeast of Florianópolis in southern Brazil. [160] As the system was threatening the Brazilian state of Santa Catarina, a newspaper used the headline "Furacão Catarina," which was presumed to mean "furacão (hurricane) threatening (Santa) Catarina (the state)". [160] However, when the international press started monitoring the system, it was assumed that "Furacão Catarina" meant "Cyclone Catarina" and that it had been formally named in the usual way. [160] During March 12, 2010, public and private weather services in Southern Brazil, decided to name a tropical storm Anita in order to avoid confusion in future references. [161] A naming list was subsequently set up by the Brazilian Navy Hydrographic Center with the names Arani, Bapo, Cari, Deni, Eçaí, Guará and Iba subsequently taken from that list during 2011, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2019, respectively. [121] [125] [162]

Catarina (2004) Anita (2010) Arani (2011) Bapo (2015) Cari (2015) Deni (2016) Eçaí (2016) Guará (2017) Iba (2019)
References: [121] [125] [126] [127] [160] [161]

See also

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2005–06 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season cyclone season in the South-West Indian ocean

The 2005–06 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season was the fifth least-active on record. The Météo-France office on the island of Réunion tracked 13 tropical disturbances, of which six intensified into a moderate tropical storm. Three of these systems proceeded to attain tropical cyclone status – reaching 10 minute maximum sustained winds of at least 120 km/h (75 mph). The American-based Joint Typhoon Warning Center also tracked eight storms in the basin. Activity was below normal due to a powerful Walker circulation, which increased convection over the neighboring Australian basin, but suppressed activity in the western Indian Ocean. As a result, most of the storms developed near or entered from the Australian basin, crossing 90°E to enter the South-West Indian Ocean.

2004–05 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season cyclone season in the South-West Indian ocean

The 2004–05 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season was a near average season, despite beginning unusually early on August 30 with the formation of an early-season tropical depression. Météo-France's meteorological office in Réunion (MFR) ultimately monitored 18 tropical disturbances during the season, of which 15 became tropical depressions. Two storms – Arola and Bento – formed in November, and the latter became the most intense November cyclone on record. Bento attained its peak intensity at a low latitude, and weakened before threatening land. Tropical Cyclone Chambo was the only named storm in December. In January, Severe Tropical Storm Daren and Cyclone Ernest existed simultaneously. The latter storm struck southern Madagascar, and five days later, Moderate Tropical Storm Felapi affected the same area; the two storms killed 78 people and left over 32,000 people homeless. At the end of January, Severe Tropical Storm Gerard existed as an unnamed tropical storm for 18 hours due to discrepancies between warning centers.

2001–02 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season cyclone season in the South-West Indian ocean

The 2001–02 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season had the earliest named storm since 1992. Many storms formed in the north-east portion of the basin, and several more originated around Australia. The basin is defined as the waters of the Indian Ocean west of longitude 90°E to the coast of Africa and south of the equator. Eleven tropical storms formed, compared to an average of nine. Tropical systems were present during 73 days, which was significantly higher than the average of 58 for this basin.

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South-West Indian Ocean tropical cyclone type of tropical cyclone located in South West Indian Ocean and measured by Météo-France La Reunion scale

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2009–10 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season cyclone season in the South-West Indian ocean

The 2009–10 South-West Indian Ocean tropical cyclone season was a near average event in tropical cyclone formation. the season officially started on July 1, 2009, and ended on June 30, 2010, after incorporating the tropical cyclone season which ran from November 1 to April 30 for all areas except for Mauritius and the Seychelles, for which it ended on May 15, 2010. In this basin which officially runs from 30 to 90E and is to the south of the equator, the main warning center is the Regional Specialized Meteorological Center on La Reunion Island; however they delegate the naming of Cyclones to the Meteorological services of Mauritius and Madagascar.

2010–11 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season cyclone season in the South-West Indian ocean

The 2010–11 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season was the least active cyclone season on record in the basin, tied with 1982–83, producing only four systems of gale intensity. This was due to cooler than normal water temperatures and the Walker circulation – a broad atmospheric circulation – causing unusually moist conditions in the eastern Indian Ocean and unusually dry conditions in the western Indian Ocean. The basin includes the waters of the ocean south of the equator and west of 90º E to the eastern coast of Africa.

The practice of using names to identify tropical cyclones goes back several centuries, with storms named after places, saints or things they hit before the formal start of naming in each basin. Examples of such names are the 1928 Okeechobee hurricane and the 1938 New England hurricane. The system currently in place provides identification of tropical cyclones in a brief form that is easily understood and recognized by the public. The credit for the first usage of personal names for weather systems is given to the Queensland Government Meteorologist Clement Wragge, who named tropical cyclones and anticyclones between 1887 and 1907. This system of naming fell into disuse for several years after Wragge retired, until it was revived in the latter part of World War II for the Western Pacific. Over the following decades formal naming schemes were introduced for several tropical cyclone basins, including the North and South Atlantic, Eastern, Central, Western and Southern Pacific basins as well as the Australian region and Indian Ocean.

2017–18 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season

The 2017–18 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season was a below-average season that produced only 8 tropical storms, of which 6 became tropical cyclones. It was an event in the annual cycle of tropical cyclone and subtropical cyclone formation. It officially began on November 15, 2017, and officially ended on May 15, 2018, in Mauritius and the Seychelles. For the rest of the basin, the season ended on April 30, 2018. These dates conventionally delimit the period of each year when most tropical and subtropical cyclones form in the basin, which is west of 90°E and south of the Equator. Tropical and subtropical cyclones in this basin are monitored by the Regional Specialised Meteorological Centre in La Réunion.

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The 2018–19 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season is the costliest and most active season ever recorded since records began in 1967. Additionally, it is also the second-deadliest cyclone season recorded in the South-West Indian Ocean, behind only the 1891–92 season, in which the 1892 Mauritius cyclone devastated the island of Mauritius. Currently, this cyclone season is an ongoing event of the annual cycle of tropical cyclone and subtropical cyclone formation in the South-West Indian Ocean basin. It officially began on November 15, 2018, and ended on April 30, 2019, with the exception for Mauritius and the Seychelles, for which it will end on May 15, 2019. These dates conventionally delimit the period of each year when most tropical and subtropical cyclones form in the basin, which is west of 90°E and south of the Equator. Tropical and subtropical cyclones in this basin are monitored by the Regional Specialised Meteorological Centre in Réunion.

Tropical cyclones in 2015

Tropical cyclones in 2015 were spread out across seven different areas called basins; the strongest of these tropical cyclones was Hurricane Patricia, which strengthened to a minimum barometric pressure of 872 mbar before striking the east coast of Colima in Mexico. 133 tropical cyclones had formed this year to date. 92 tropical cyclones had been named by either a Regional Specialized Meteorological Center (RSMC) or a Tropical Cyclone Warning Center (TCWC).

Tropical cyclones in 2004 were spread out across seven different areas called basins; the strongest of these tropical cyclones was Cyclone Gafilo, which strengthened to a minimum barometric pressure of 895 mbar becomes the most intense tropical cyclone ever recorded in the South-West Indian Ocean before striking the east coast of Madagascar. 130 tropical cyclones had formed this year to date. 81 tropical cyclones had been named by either a Regional Specialized Meteorological Center (RSMC) or a Tropical Cyclone Warning Center (TCWC). The most active basin in 2004 was the Western Pacific, which documented 29 named systems, while the North Atlantic, despite only amounting to 15 named systems, was its basin's hyperactive season since 1995. Conversely, both the Eastern Pacific hurricane and North Indian Ocean cyclone seasons experienced the least number of cyclones reaching tropical storm intensity in recorded history, numbering 12 and 4, respectively. Activity across the southern hemisphere's three basins—South-West Indian, Australian, and South Pacific—was spread evenly, with each region recording seven named storms apiece.

Tropical cyclones in 2012

Tropical cyclones in 2012 were spread out across seven different areas called basins; the strongest tropical cyclone was Typhoon Sanba strengthened to a minimum barometric pressure of 900 mbar before striking South Korea. 132 tropical cyclones had formed this year to date. 88 tropical cyclones had been named by either a Regional Specialized Meteorological Center (RSMC) or a Tropical Cyclone Warning Center (TCWC). The most active basin in the year was the Western Pacific, which documented 25 named systems, while the North Atlantic Pacific, despite only amounting to 19 named systems, was its basin's hyperactive since 2010 becoming the third-most active season on record. Conversely, the Eastern Pacific hurricane season experienced the average number of cyclones reaching tropical storm intensity, numbering 17 respectively. The least tropical cyclone season was North Indian Ocean had a late start, with the first system forming in October. Activity across the southern hemisphere's three basins—South-West Indian, Australian, and South Pacific—was spread evenly, with each region recording seven named storms apiece.

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