List of Pacific typhoon seasons

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Tracks of all tropical cyclones in the northernwestern Pacific Ocean between 1980 and 2005. The vertical line to the right is the International Date Line.

The following is a list of Pacific typhoon seasons. The seasons are limited to the north of the equator between the 100th meridian east and the 180th meridian.

Period Seasons
Pre 1940 List of Pacific typhoons before 1900, 1900, 1901, 1902–1919, 1920–1938, 1927, 1931, 1939
1940s 1940, 1941–44, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949
1950s 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959
1960s 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969
1970s 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979
1980s 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989
1990s 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999
2000s 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
2010s 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

Pre 1940[edit]

Year TD TS TY STY Strongest
storm
Deaths Damages
(USD)
Notes
1900 -- 23 -- -- Guam typhoon >1,965 Unknown
1901 -- 21 -- -- De Witte typhoon >4 Unknown
1927 27 25 19 -- Eleven 15,159 $4 million
1931 30 19 -- Unnamed 300,349
1939 28 24 22 -- Twenty-Six 1,185 $106.15 million
References[1]

1940s[edit]

Year TD TS TY STY Strongest
storm
Deaths Damages
(USD)
Retired Names Notes
1940 43 -- 27 -- July typhoon 183 Unknown
1945 -- 26 13 -- Helen 3,798+ Unknown
1946 -- 15 10 -- Lilly Unknown Unknown
1947 -- 27 19 1 Rosalind Unknown Unknown
1948 -- 26 15 1 Karen Unknown Unknown
1949 33 22 14 1 Patricia At least 1,790 $127 million Kitty, Lise, Madeline, Nelly, Omelia, Patricia, Rena, Allyn and Camilla
References[1]

1950s[edit]

Year TD TS TY STY Strongest
storm
Deaths Damages
(USD)
Agency Retired names Notes
1950 -- 18 12 1 Doris 544 Unknown JTWC Delilah, Helene, Jane, Kezia, Lucretia, Missatha, Ossia, and Petie
1951 31 25 16 1 Marge 1,185 $106.15 million
1952 -- 29 20 6 Wilma 1,070 Unknown JTWC Jeamne, Lois, Nona. Vae and Wilma
1953 -- 24 17 5 Nina 430 Unknown
1954 33 19 15 5 Ida 1,530 Unknown
1955 39 31 20 4 Clara Unknown Unknown
1956 39 26 18 5 Wanda >5,980 $60.5 million
1957 27 22 18 8 Lola 644 Unknown
1958 24 23 21 9 Ida Unknown Unknown
1959 33 25 18 8 Joan >8,557 $755 million
>19,396 $921.65 million
References[1]

1960s[edit]

Year TD TS TY STY Strongest
storm
Deaths Damages
(USD)
Agency Retired names Notes
1960 39 30 19 2 Shirley >2,869 $69 million JTWC Lucille and Ophella
1961 53 35 20 8 Nancy 308 Unknown
1962 38 30 23 6 Emma 1,700 $325 million JTWC Karen
1963 36 25 19 8 Judy Unknown Unknown
1964 58 40 26 7 Sally and Opal >8,743 Unknown JTWC Tilda Most active tropical cyclone season recorded globally
PAGASA Dading
1965 44 35 21 11 Bess Unknown Unknown
1966 51 30 20 3 Kit 1,146 $377.6 million
1967 40 35 20 5 Carla Unknown Unknown PAGASA Welming
1968 39 29 20 4 Agnes Unknown Unknown
1969 34 23 13 2 Elsie Unknown Unknown
>14,766 $771.6 million
References[1]

1970s[edit]

Year TD TS TY STY Strongest
storm
Deaths Damages
(USD)
Agency Retired names Notes
1970 30 24 12 7 Hope 3,909 Unknown PAGASA Pitang, Sening, Titang, Yoling
1971 55 35 24 6 Irma 617 $57.7 million
1972 38 30 22 2 Rita 860 $290 million
1973 25 21 12 3 Nora Unknown Unknown
1974 35 32 16 0 Gloria Unknown Unknown JTWC Bess (Susang)
PAGASA Wening
1975 25 20 14 3 June >229,160 >$1.2 billion Deadliest typhoon season on record
1976 30 25 14 4 Louise Unknown Unknown PAGASA Didang
1977 26 20 11 1 Babe 143 Unknown
1978 35 31 15 1 Rita Unknown Unknown PAGASA Atang and Kading
1979 54 24 12 4 Tip At least 541 $2.24 billion
>235,665 >$3.78 billion
References[1]

1980s[edit]

Year TD TS TY STY Strongest
storm
Deaths Damages
(USD)
Agency Retired names Notes
1980 46 24 15 2 Wynne >131 Unknown
1981 52 29 13 2 Elsie >1,268 >$280.2 million JTWC Hazen (Yeyeng)
1982 29 25 19 2 Mac 597 $2.41 billion JTWC Bess
1983 33 23 10 4 Forrest 1,073 $258.3 million
1984 44 27 16 2 Vanessa 2,919 $1 billion JTWC Ike (Nitang)
PAGASA Nitang and Undang
1985 57 28 15 1 Dot 1,355 $243.1 million
1986 48 29 19 3 Peggy >905 >$508.5 million
1987 32 23 17 6 Betty 1,402 $1.3 billion PAGASA Katring, Herming and Sisang
1988 52 31 11 1 Nelson >786 >$503.9 million JTWC Roy (Asiang)
PAGASA Unsang and Yoning
1989 55 32 20 5 Gordon and Elsie 3,328 $2.24 billion
>13,822 $7.52 billion
References[1]

1990s[edit]

Year TD TS TY STY Strongest
storm
Deaths Damages
(USD)
Naming
Agency
Retired
names
Notes
1990 41 29 18 4 Flo 1,606 $5.26 billion JTWC Mike
PAGASA Ruping
1991 38 29 17 5 Yuri 5,505 [$10.1 billion JTWC Mireille and Thelma
PAGASA Uring
1992 40 31 16 5 Gay 399 $2.64 billion JTWC Omar (Lusing)
1993 43 30 15 3 Koryn 668 $1.75 billion PAGASA Monang
1994 46 36 19 6 Melissa and Seth 2,539 $8.3 billion
1995 47 24 8 5 Angela 1,317 $1.21 billion PAGASA Rosing
1996 43 31 16 6 Herb 873 $6.87 billion
1997 47 28 16 11 Ivan and Joan At least 4,181 $4.59 billion Most Category 5 storms in a single season on record
1998 30 16 8 3 Zeb 924 $950.8 million PAGASA Iliang and Loleng latest start for a Pacific typhoon season
latest start for the first named system to develop
1999 45 20 5 1 Bart At least 976 $18.36 billion
~18,988 $60.03 billion
References[1]

2000s[edit]

Year TD TS TY STY Strongest
storm
Deaths Damages
(USD)
Naming
Agency
Retired
names
Notes
2000 51 23 13 4 Bilis 467 $7.11 billion JMA None
PAGASA
2001 45 26 16 3 Faxai 1,287 $2.3 billion JMA Vamei
PAGASA Nanang
2002 44 26 15 8 Fengshen 725 $9.54 billion JMA Chataan, Rusa, Pongsona
PAGASA Gloria
2003 45 21 14 5 Maemi 360 $5.73 billion JMA Yanyan, Imbudo, Maemi
PAGASA Harurot
2004 45 29 19 7 Chaba 2,428 $18.1 billion JMA Sudal, Tingting, Rananim Third Most Active Season
PAGASA Unding, Violeta and Winnie
2005 33 24 13 3 Haitang 436 $7.64 billion JMA Matsa, Nabi, Longwang
PAGASA "None"
2006 40 24 15 6 Yagi 3,886 $14.4 billion JMA Chanchu, Bilis, Saomai, Xangsane, Durian
PAGASA Reming and Milenyo
2007 34 24 14 5 Sepat 388 $7.5 billion JMA None
PAGASA
2008 40 22 11 3 Jangmi 1,936 $5.97 billion JMA None
PAGASA Cosme and Frank
2009 41 22 13 5 Nida 2,348 $10.47 billion JMA Morakot, Ketsana, Parma
PAGASA Ondoy and Pepeng
14,561 $88.76 billion
References[1]

2010s[edit]

Year TD TS TY STY Strongest
storm
Deaths Damages
(USD)
Naming
Agency
Retired
names
Notes
2010 29 14 7 1 Megi 384 $2.96 billion JMA Fanapi Quietest (Least Active) Pacific typhoon season on record
PAGASA Juan
2011 39 21 8 4 Songda 3,111 $7.18 billion JMA Washi
PAGASA Bebeng, Juaning, Mina, Pedring, Sendong
2012 35 25 14 4 Sanba 2,487 $20.5 billion JMA Vicente, Bopha Second costliest season ever recorded
PAGASA Pablo
2013 49 31 13 5 Haiyan 8,570 $25.75 billion JMA Sonamu, Utor, Fitow, Haiyan Most active since 2004, deadliest since 1975
PAGASA Labuyo, Santi, Yolanda
2014 32 23 11 8 Vongfong 576 $12.4 billion JMA Rammasun Most Category 5 typhoons since 1997
PAGASA Glenda, Jose, Mario, Ruby, Seniang
2015 39 27 18 9 Soudelor 350 $12.2 billion JMA Soudelor, Mujigae, Koppu, Melor Saw each month having a named storm active since 1963
PAGASA Lando, Nona
2016 51 26 13 6 Meranti 972 $18.9 billion JMA Meranti, Sarika, Haima, Nock-ten Fifth latest start for a Pacific typhoon season and second latest start for the first named system to develop
PAGASA Karen, Lawin and Nina
2017 42 27 11 2 Lan 864 $14.53 billion JMA Hato, Kai-tak, Tembin Second latest start for a typhoon to develop since 1998
PAGASA Urduja and Vinta
2018 45 30 13 7 Kong-rey & Yutu 768 $30.2 billion JMA Rumbia, Mangkhut Fourth earliest start for a tropical storm to develop since 1949, Costliest season on record
PAGASA Ompong, Rosita and Usman
2019 35 17 7 2 Wutip & Lekima 181 $9.68 billion JMA TBD Earliest start for a tropical storm to develop on record
PAGASA
18,263 $144,204.9 billion
References[1]

See also[edit]

Parent topics[edit]

Other tropical cyclone basins[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i Unattributed (2010-08-31). "Annual frequency of cyclonic disturbances (Maximum sustained windspeeds of 17 knots or more), Cyclones (34 knots or more) and Severe Cyclones (48 knots or more) over the Bay of Bengal (BOB), Arabian Sea (AS) and land surface of India" (PDF). India Meteorological Department. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-08-05. Retrieved 2011-08-20.