Tropical Storm Haima
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- Tropical Storm Haima (2004) (T0420, 24W, Ofel) – classified as a tropical depression or a subtropical storm by the JTWC.
- Tropical Storm Haima (2011) (T1104, 06W, Egay) – brought flooding to the Philippines during mid-June.
- Typhoon Haima (2016) (T1622, 25W, Lawin) – Powerful category 5 super typhoon that formed in mid-October.
Haima was retired in 2016 as a result of the strong typhoon that year, and was replaced by Mulan, which is named for a flower native to China.
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