Tropical Storm Alice

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Atlantic Ocean:

Western Pacific Ocean:

  • Typhoon Alice (1947) (T4716), a Category 4 typhoon that did not approach land
  • Typhoon Alice (1953) (T5318), a long-lived Category 3 typhoon which did not affect land; crossed the International Date Line before dissipating
  • Super Typhoon Alice (1958) (T5811), a Category 4 typhoon that affected Japan; responsible for over 40 deaths on Hokkaidō
  • Typhoon Alice (1961) (T6103, 10W), a Category 1 typhoon that formed in the South China Sea before making landfall near Hong Kong, killing four people there
  • Typhoon Alice (1964) (T6404, 05W), a short-lived Category 1 typhoon to the east of the Philippines
  • Super Typhoon Alice (1966) (T6616, 16W), a Category 4 typhoon that made landfall in eastern China
  • Tropical Storm Alice (1969) (T6907, 07W), a tropical storm that affected southern Japan
  • Typhoon Alice (1972) (T7213, 13W), a Category 2 typhoon that passed close to Japan's Boso Peninsula
  • Typhoon Alice (1975) (T7511, 13W), a Category 1 typhoon that passed over Luzon in the Philippines and the Chinese island of Hainan
  • Typhoon Alice (1979) (T7901, 01W), a Category 3 typhoon that caused severe damage in the Marshall Islands

The name Alice was retired in the West Pacific after the 1979 season and replaced by Andy.

Southwest Indian Ocean:

  • Cyclone Alice (1960), struck Mauritius Island, causing 42 deaths and leaving more than 70,000 homeless
  • Cyclone Alice (1973), a long-lived cyclone that passed through the southern Seychelles

Australian area:

  • Cyclone Alice (1965), a short-lived cyclone well away from land
  • Cyclone Alice (1974), a cyclone that stayed well to the east of the coast of New South Wales and Queensland
  • Cyclone Alice (1976), a cyclone that formed in the Timor Sea and moved west, staying away from any islands
  • Cyclone Alice (1980), a strong cyclone that formed near Sumatra and moved to the southwest away from land