Tropical Storm Angela
The name Angela has been used for three tropical cyclones in the western Pacific Ocean, and two in the Southern Hemisphere.
In the western north Pacific, Angela was used on one of the old name lists:
- Typhoon Angela (1989) (T8923, 26W, Rubing), brushed the Philippines near peak strength
- Typhoon Angela (1992) (T9224, 24W), made landfall in Vietnam as a tropical storm
- Typhoon Angela (1995) (T9520, 29W, Rosing), a powerful storm that killed hundreds in the Philippines and had its PAGASA name retired
There were two cyclones named Angela in the Southern Hemisphere:
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