Tropical Storm Olga

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The name Olga has been used for sixteen tropical cyclones worldwide: three in the Atlantic Ocean (where it replaced the name Opal ), ten in the Western Pacific Ocean, and three in the Australian region in Southern Hemisphere.

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In the Australian region:

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