The name Bavi has been used to name four tropical cyclones in the Western Pacific Ocean. The name was contributed by Vietnam and refers to a mountain chain in northern Vietnam.
The name Hanna or Hannah has been used for eleven tropical cyclones and one extratropical cyclone worldwide.
Tropical Storm Karen may refer to:
The name Betty has been used for a total of seventeen tropical cyclones worldwide: one in the Atlantic Ocean, fourteen in the Western Pacific Ocean,, one in the Southwest Indian Ocean and one in the Southwestern Pacific Ocean.
The name Vera has been used for thirteen tropical cyclones in the northwest Pacific Ocean.
The name Usagi has been used to name four tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. The name was contributed by Japan and is the Japanese name of the constellation Lepus.
The name Halong has been used to name four tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. The name was contributed by Vietnam after Halong Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage site and popular tourist attraction in northern Vietnam.
The name Igme has been used in the Philippines by PAGASA in the Western Pacific.
The name Lola has been used for tropical cyclones in the western Pacific Ocean, the southern Pacific Ocean, and the southwestern Indian Ocean.
Sinlaku may refer to tropical cyclones in the Pacific Ocean. The name was contributed by the Federated States of Micronesia and means Kosrae, a legendary goddess.
The name Kim has been used for eight tropical cyclones in the northwest Pacific Ocean.
The 2020 Pacific typhoon season was a slightly-below average season in the annual cycle of tropical cyclone formation in which 23 tropical storms and 10 typhoons formed in the western Pacific Ocean. It was also the fifth-latest start in the basin on record, slightly behind 1973, and was the first to start that late since 2016. The first half of the season was unusually inactive, with only four systems, two named storms and one typhoon at the end of July. Additionally, the JTWC recorded no tropical cyclone development in the month of July, the first such occurrence since reliable records began. The season's first named tropical cyclone, Vongfong, developed on May 8, while the season's last named tropical cyclone, Krovanh, dissipated on December 24. However, the season's last system was an unnamed tropical depression which dissipated on December 29. The 2020 Pacific typhoon season was less active than the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, which has only happened twice before: in 2005 and 2010.
The name Noul has been used to name three tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. The name was contributed by North Korea and it means glowing or sunset. This name replaced Pongsona, meaning "garden balsam" after the 2002 Pacific typhoon season.
Tropical Storm Bavi, known in the Philippines as Tropical Storm Betty, influenced the trade winds over the Pacific Ocean and was partially responsible for one of the strongest trade wind reversals ever observed. The system was first noted as a tropical disturbance during March 8, 2015, while it was located to the southeast of Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands. Over the next couple of days the system moved north-westwards through the Marshall Islands, before it was classified as a tropical depression during March 10. The system subsequently moved north-westwards and continued to develop further, before it was classified as the third tropical storm of the 2015 Pacific typhoon season and named Bavi by the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) during March 11. After continuing its north-westwards movement, the system peaked as a tropical storm during March 14, before it started to weaken as it approached the Mariana Islands. The system subsequently passed over Guam during the next day, before continuing its west-northwestwards movement as it gradually weakened over the next few days. The system entered the Philippine area of responsibility, where it was named Betty by PAGASA during March 17 as the system weakened into a tropical depression. The system was subsequently last noted during March 21, as it dissipated over the Philippines.
Typhoon Mangkhut has been used to name two tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. The name was submitted by Thailand, and refers to a mangosteen. This was also the name that replaced Durian after the 2006 storm.
Typhoon Bavi, known in the Philippines as Severe Tropical Storm Igme, was a powerful tropical cyclone that made landfall in North Korea in August 2020. The eighth named storm and third typhoon of the 2020 Pacific typhoon season, Bavi formed from a low pressure area depression on August 21 to the north of the Philippines and strengthened into a tropical storm on August 22. Bavi gradually strengthened as it skirted Taiwan and Okinawa, and became a typhoon on August 24. Passing over warm waters, Bavi turned to northwest and reached its peak intensity near Jeju Island on August 26. Thereafter, increasing wind shear and cooler waters caused Bavi to quickly weaken. Bavi made landfall in North Korea on August 27, and became an extratropical cyclone shortly thereafter.