Tropical Storm Ida
The name Ida has been used for a total of eighteen tropical cyclones worldwide: two in the Atlantic Ocean, thirteen in the Western Pacific Ocean, one in the Southwest Indian Ocean and two in the Southwestern Pacific Ocean.
- Hurricane Ida (2009) – Strong category 2 hurricane that made landfall in Nicaragua, at minimal Category 1 strength. Re-emerged into the Caribbean Sea until it reached the Gulf of Mexico, where it made its second landfall in Dauphin Island, Alabama, as a minimal tropical storm.
- Tropical Storm Ida (2015) – A weak but long-lived tropical storm that moved erratically across the open ocean, never threatening land throughout its existence.
The name replaced Isabel which was retired after the 2003 season.
- Typhoon Ida (1945) – struck Japan. known as Makurazaki Typhoon.
- Typhoon Ida (1950) (T5020, T5022, T5023)
- Typhoon Ida (1954) (T5408)
- Typhoon Ida (1958) (T5822) – struck Japan. known as Kanogawa Typhoon
- Typhoon Ida (1961) (T6111, 32W) – struck Japan.
- Typhoon Ida (1964) (T6412, 15W, Seniang) – struck northeastern Luzon and southeastern China near Hong Kong.
- Typhoon Ida (1966) (T6626, 27W) – struck Japan.
- Typhoon Ida (1969) (T6915, 19W)
- Typhoon Ida (1972) (T7221, 22W)
- Typhoon Ida (1975) (T7519, 22W)
- Tropical Storm Ida (1980) (T8007, 08W)
- Typhoon Ida (1983) (T8313, 14W, Oniang)
- Tropical Storm Ida (1986) (T8624, 21W)
Southwest Indian Ocean:
- Cyclone Ida (1972) – near Solomon Islands causing $70 million damage.
Southwest Pacific Ocean:
- Cyclone Ida (1971) – in Coral Sea
|This article includes a list of named storms that share the same name (or similar names).
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