Timeline of the 2012 Pacific typhoon season

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Timeline of the
2012 Pacific typhoon season
2012 Pacific typhoon season summary.png
Season summary map
Season boundaries
First system formedJanuary 13, 2012
Last system dissipatedDecember 29, 2012
Strongest system
Name Sanba
Maximum winds205 km/h (125 mph)
(10-minute sustained)
Lowest pressure900 hPa (mbar)
Longest lasting system
NamePrapiroon
Duration14 days
Other years
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

This timeline documents all of the events of the 2012 Pacific typhoon season, the period that tropical cyclones formed in the Western Pacific Ocean during 2012. Most of these tropical cyclones formed between May and November 2012. The scope of this article is limited to the Pacific Ocean, north of the equator between 100°E and the International Date Line. Tropical storms that form in the entire Western Pacific basin are assigned a name by the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA). Tropical depressions that form in this basin are given a number with a "W" suffix by the United States' Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC). In addition, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) assigns names to tropical cyclones (including tropical depressions) that enter or form in the Philippine area of responsibility. These names, however, are not in common use outside of the Philippines.

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During the season, a total of 35 systems were designated as Tropical Depressions by either the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA), the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC), or other national meteorological and hydrological services such as the China Meteorological Administration and the Hong Kong Observatory. Because the JMA runs the Regional Specialized Meteorological Centre for the Western Pacific, the JMA assigns names to Tropical Depressions should they intensify into a tropical storm. PAGASA also assigns local names to tropical depressions which form within their area of responsibility; however, these names are not in common use outside of PAGASA's area of responsibility.

For the PAGASA, 17 systems formed or entered in area of responsibility during 2012, which 7 of them directly made landfall over the Philippines. The season started by the formation of a depression on January 13, but the JMA reported that the season had started on January 1 by a tropical depression which formed on December 31, 2011. 7 typhoons underwent rapid deepening. From late August to September, three very powerful typhoons, Bolaven, Sanba and Jelawat, directly hit Okinawa Island successively. In October, the remnants of Severe Tropical Storm Gaemi arrived at the Bay of Bengal and re-intensified into a deep depression before making landfall over Bangladesh.

Timeline of storms

Typhoon BophaTyphoon Son-TinhTyphoon Jelawat (2012)Typhoon SanbaTyphoon Bolaven (2012)Typhoon Tembin (2012)Typhoon Kai-tak (2012)Typhoon HaikuiTyphoon Damrey (2012)Typhoon Saola (2012)Typhoon VicenteTropical Storm Khanun (2012)Typhoon Guchol (2012)Timeline of the 2012 Pacific typhoon season

January

January 1
January 13
January 14

February

February 17
February 20

March

Pakhar at peak strength on March 30 Pakhar 2012-03-30.jpg
Pakhar at peak strength on March 30

There were no tropical updates during March 1–16.

March 17
March 19
March 23
March 24
March 26
March 28
March 30

April

April 1
April 2

May

May 20
May 22
May 23
May 27
May 29
May 31

June

Guchol nearing landfall in Japan on June 19 Guchol Jun 19 2012.jpg
Guchol nearing landfall in Japan on June 19
June 1
June 2
June 3
June 4
June 5
June 8
June 11
June 12
June 14
June 16
June 17
June 19
June 20
June 22
June 24
June 25
June 28
June 29
June 30

July

July 14
July 16
July 17
Typhoon Vicente at its peak strength on July 23 Vicente Jul 23 2012 1755Z.png
Typhoon Vicente at its peak strength on July 23
July 18
July 19
July 20
July 21
July 23
July 24
July 26
Typhoon Saola and Damrey at peak intensity on August 1 TY Saola 10w Aug 01 2012.jpg
Typhoon Saola and Damrey at peak intensity on August 1
July 27
July 29
July 30

August

Track of Haikui in early-August Haikui 2012 track.png
Track of Haikui in early-August
August 1
August 2
August 3
August 5
August 7
August 9
August 11
Tropical Storm Kai-Tak affecting Luzon as a tropical storm on August 15 Kai-tak Aug 15 2012 0520Z.jpg
Tropical Storm Kai-Tak affecting Luzon as a tropical storm on August 15
August 12
August 13
August 15
August 16
August 17
August 19
August 20
August 22
August 23
August 25
August 26
August 28

September

September 9
September 10
September 11
September 13
September 15
September 17
September 18
September 20
September 21
September 23
Typhoon Jelawat weakening over Okinawa on September 29 Jelawat Sept 29 2012 0450Z.jpg
Typhoon Jelawat weakening over Okinawa on September 29
September 25
September 27
September 28
September 29
September 30

October

Track of Gaemi during early-October Gaemi 2012 track.png
Track of Gaemi during early-October
October 1
October 3
October 4
October 6
October 7
October 9
October 10
October 12
October 14
October 15
October 16
October 19
October 20
October 21
October 22
October 24
October 25
October 27
Son-Tinh just before peak intensity and landfall Son-Tinh Oct 27 2012 0857Z.png
Son-Tinh just before peak intensity and landfall
October 29

November

November 12
November 13
November 14
November 23
November 25
November 27
Animated enhanced infrared satellite loop of Typhoon Bopha from peak intensity to landfall in the Philippines Typhoon Bopha 2012 making landfall.gif
Animated enhanced infrared satellite loop of Typhoon Bopha from peak intensity to landfall in the Philippines
November 29

December

December 1
December 2
December 3
December 5
December 7
December 8
December 9
December 24
December 25
December 27
December 29
December 31

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