Tropical Storm Omais

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The name Omais has been used to name four tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. The name was contributed by the United States of America, and is a Palauan word for "wandering around".

Preceded by
Nida
Pacific typhoon season names
Omais
Succeeded by
Conson

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