Tropical Storm Madeline

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The name Madeline has been used for eight tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean and one in the Western Pacific Ocean.

In the Eastern Pacific:

In the Western Pacific:

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1961 Pacific hurricane season Hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean

The 1961 Pacific hurricane season was an event in meteorology. It officially started on May 15, 1961, in the eastern Pacific and lasted until November 30, 1961. Ten tropical cyclones, 9 named storms and two hurricanes formed during the 1961 season, none of the hurricanes reached beyond category 1 status on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale.

Hurricane Madeline (1976) Category 4 Pacific hurricane in 1976

Hurricane Madeline was the second landfalling major hurricane along the Pacific coast of Mexico in a week. Madeline formed on September 29, not far from Central America. The next day, the circulation dissipated, and as a result weakened to a remnant low. Four days later, on October 3, the low regenerated into a tropical depression. The system remained weak for three days as it drifted west-northwest. When it began to recurve towards Mexico on October 6, the cyclone rapidly intensified and eventually made landfall at peak intensity as a Category 4. Shortly after landfall, the cyclone rapidly dissipated.