Tropical Storm Alvin

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The name Alvin has been used for four tropical cyclones worldwide, three in the Eastern Pacific Ocean and once in the Southwest Indian Ocean.

In the Eastern Pacific:

In the South-West Indian:

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The name Joyce has been used for three tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean, three tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, and one tropical cyclone in the Australian region. It was used in the Pacific on the old four-year lists. In the Atlantic, it replaced Joan which was retired following the 1988 season.

1980 Pacific hurricane season

The 1980 Pacific hurricane season officially started May 15, 1980, in the eastern Pacific and June 1, 1980, in the central Pacific, lasting until November 30, 1980. These dates conventionally delimit the period of each year when most tropical cyclones form in the northeastern and central Pacific Ocean. This season was relatively uneventful; since no tropical cyclones made landfall, there were no reports of casualties or damage.

The name Barbara has been used for two tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean, seven tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, one tropical cyclone in the Western Pacific Ocean, two tropical cyclones in the Southwest Indian Ocean, and one tropical cyclone in the South Pacific Ocean. The name has also been used once in the UK and Ireland's windstorm naming system.

The name Bud has been used for eight tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.

The name Carlos has been used for seven tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.

The name Enrique has been used for seven tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.

The name Fabio has been used for seven tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.

The name Kenneth has been used for four tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean and one in the South-West Indian Ocean. Coincidentally, all five of them have peaked at Category 4 intensity on the Saffir-Simpson scale.

The name Miriam has been used for eight tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.

The name Dora has been used for two tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean, seven tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, and one tropical cyclone in the Western Pacific Ocean. It was used in the Atlantic before the formal naming system was instituted; though it was later retired in the Atlantic, it remains on the Pacific list. It has also been used for one tropical cyclone in the Southwest Indian Ocean and two tropical cyclones in the Southwest Pacific Ocean.

The name John has been used for eight tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean and two tropical cyclones in the Southern Hemisphere. John is not to be confused with Juan, which was used in the Atlantic in 1985 and 2003.

1978 Pacific hurricane season

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Tropical Storm Emily List of named storms that share the same or similar names

The name Emily has been used for seven tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean, and five tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. It was used in the Eastern Pacific before the formal naming system was instituted. Although the name Emily was then removed in the Pacific, it remains in the Atlantic. There were also two other Emily-named storms; in the South-West Indian Ocean and in the Australian region.