Tropical Storm Emma
The name Emma has been used for nine tropical cyclones in the northwest Pacific Ocean.
- Typhoon Emma (1952) (T5203)
- Typhoon Emma (1956) (T5612) – Category 4 typhoon that affected Okinawa and South Korea, killing 77.
- Typhoon Emma (1959) (T5920, 46W)
- Typhoon Emma (1962) (T6222, 73W) – damage in Guam and Saipan totaled out to $250,000.
- Tropical Storm Emma (1965) (T6510, 12W, Ibiang)
- Typhoon Emma (1967) (T6735, 37W, Welming)
- Tropical Storm Emma (1971) (T7109, 09W, Ising)
- Tropical Storm Emma (1974) (T7406, 07W, Klaring)
- Tropical Storm Emma (1977) (T7711, 13W)
The name Emma has also been used for one tropical cyclone in the southwestern Indian Ocean.
The name Emma has also been used for three tropical cyclones in the southeastern Indian Ocean.
|This article includes a list of named storms that share the same name (or similar names).
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