Tropical Storm Ramona

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The name Ramona has been used for two tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean:

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The name Hanna or Hannah has been used for eleven tropical cyclones and one extratropical cyclone worldwide.

The name Marco has been used for four tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean.

The name Barry has been used for seven tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean.

The name Chris has been used for seven tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean.

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

The name Tina has been used for five tropical cyclones worldwide:

The name Xavier has been used for three tropical cyclones and one extratropical cyclone worldwide.

Tropical Storm Ophelia may refer to:

The name Banyan has been used to name three tropical cyclones in the western north Pacific Ocean. The name was contributed by Hong Kong and refers to a kind of tree.

The name Alpha or Alfa has been used for three subtropical cyclones and one tropical storm in the Atlantic Ocean:

The name Abigail has been used for two tropical cyclones in the southwestern Pacific Ocean.

1967 Pacific hurricane season

The 1967 Pacific hurricane season started on June 1 and ended on November 30, 1967. The season was of little note except for Hurricanes Katrina and Olivia. Katrina made landfall on the Baja Peninsula, killing at least 60 and made 2,500 homeless. Olivia made landfall on the eastern side of the Baja Peninsula as a major hurricane—only one of two storms ever to do so. Hurricane/Typhoon Sarah formed in the Central Pacific and reached category 1 strength before crossing over to the Western Pacific.

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.

The name Noru has been used to name three tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. The name was contributed by South Korea and means a roe deer.

The name Pamela has been used for ten tropical cyclones in the Western Pacific Ocean.

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 this storm.

The name Gamma has been used for two tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean.

The name Zeta has been used for two tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean.