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If there are any hurricane/typhoon/cyclone articles that you think should be created, list them here. It will go like this. Note: Not all of these will get an article. It is simply a list. Feel free to debate. Hurricanehink

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Storms[edit]

Atlantic Storms[edit]

See also List of deadliest Atlantic hurricanes

No, due to lack of good info. Hurricane Eric
Agreed. It should just have a part in the deadly hurricanes page. Hurricanehink
Scratch what I said. It's one of the most recent 1,000+ death Atlantic storms. --♬♩ Hurricanehink (talk) 02:33, 5 April 2010 (UTC)
Possible, but not likely yet. Hurricanehink
Yes, if the information is found. CrazyC83
Yes, per above. I also vote renaming it the Golden Isles Hurricane of 1893 because that's the name of the region it struck. Trust me, I live in Georgia and have a condo down there. The islands from Jacksonville to Charleston are called the Golden Isles by the locals. They used to be called the Sea Islands (hence the name for the 1893 Sea Islands Hurricane in August of that year.) Hurricane Eric

Eastern Pacific Storms[edit]

Western Pacific Storms[edit]

Yes if good info can be found. Hurricane Eric
Strong yes Hurricane Eric
Yes. Yancy is one of the most famous typhoons in Japan. Off course there is a Japanese article of this storm. --HERB 10:41, 8 January 2006 (UTC)
Which one? There've been two. -- §HurricaneERIC§Damagesarchive 01:13, 21 March 2006 (UTC)
The one in 2000 Storm05 17:23, 22 March 2006 (UTC)

North Indian[edit]

I vote no. The deaths would scream yes, but the lack of info screams no. At most, more can be added to the Pre-1980 North Indian cyclone seasons, with an appropriate redirect. Hurricanehink
Agreed, but if the information can be found, strong yes. CrazyC83
Therein lies the problem for every pre-1900 storm. All you have is one date for a landfall, and the deaths that happened from the storm. Not much more can be said. Hurricanehink

South-West Indian Ocean[edit]

Australia[edit]

South Pacific[edit]

Other retired Southern Hemisphere storms since 1990[edit]

Per Hurricanehink request, i have compiled a list of Tropical Cyclones that are notable and may require an article to be made out of them. I have limited this list to names past 1990 and that have been retired.Jason Rees (talk) 04:01, 7 January 2009 (UTC)

Cyclone Ned 1990
Cyclone Ian 1992
Cyclone Tina 1992
Cyclone Annette 1994
Cyclone Naomi 1994
Cyclone Pearl 1994
Cyclone Sharon 1994
Cyclone Gertie 1995
Cyclone Kirsty 1996
Cyclone Rhonda 1997
Cyclone Elaine 1999
Cyclone Rachel 1997
Cyclone Ivor 1990
Cyclone Mark 1992
Cyclone Nina 1992
Cyclone Oliver 1993
Cyclone Roger 1993
Cyclone Agnes 1995
Cyclone Violet 1995
Cyclone Warren 1995
Cyclone Barry 1996
Cyclone Celeste 1996
Cyclone Ethel 1996
Cyclone Fergus 1996
Cyclone Sid 1998
Cyclone Abigail 2001
Cyclone Tessi 2001
Cyclone Adel 1993
Cyclone Upia 2002
Cyclone Epi 2003
Cyclone Peni 1989/90
Cyclone Joni 1992/93
Cyclone Beti 1995/96
Cyclone Cora 1998/99
Cyclone Meena 2004/05
Cyclone Pat 2009/10