Tropical Storm Kiko
The name Kiko has been used for a total of ten tropical cyclones worldwide:
In the Eastern Pacific:
- Hurricane Kiko (1983), paralleled the Mexican coastline
- Hurricane Kiko (1989), struck Baja California causing minor damage
- Hurricane Kiko (2001), stayed in the open ocean
- Tropical Storm Kiko (2007), killed 15 people in Mexico without ever making landfall
- Hurricane Kiko (2013), never threatened land
In the Western Pacific:
- Typhoon Nari (2001) (T0116, 20W, Kiko), struck Ryukyu Islands, Taiwan and China
- Typhoon Khanun (2005) (T0515, 15W, Kiko), struck China
- Typhoon Morakot (T0908, 09W, Kiko), a 2009 storm that struck Ryukyu Islands, Taiwan and China
- Tropical Storm Mangkhut (2013) (T1310, 10W, Kiko)
- Tropical Storm Guchol (2017) (T1717, 19W, Kiko)
|This article includes a list of named storms that share the same name (or similar names).
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