Tropical Storm Nina
The name Nina has been used for thirteen typhoons in the northwest Pacific Ocean, one tropical cyclone in the northeast Pacific Ocean, and one tropical cyclone in the southwest Pacific.
Twelve typhoons have been named Nina. In addition, one hurricane in the Central Pacific was given this name because the policy at the time was to use typhoon names in the Central Pacific.
- Typhoon Nina (1953) (T5307) made landfall in China
- Hurricane Nina (1957) Category 1 hurricane.
- Typhoon Nina (1960) (T6025, 51W) never made landfall.
- Tropical Storm Nina (1963) – minor storm.
- Typhoon Nina (1966) (T6607, 07W) was a Category 1 tropical cyclone
- Typhoon Nina (1968) (T6826, 31W, Seniang) crossed the Philippines.
- Tropical Storm Nina (1972) (T7204, 05W) minor storm.
- Typhoon Nina (1975) (T7503, 04W, Bebeng) struck Taiwan. Contributed to the collapse of the Banqiao Dam in central China, killing around 200,000.
- Tropical Storm Nina (1978) (T7823, 24W) minor storm.
- Tropical Storm Nina (1981) (T8109, 09W, Ibiang) minor storm.
- Tropical Storm Nina (1984) (T8415, 18W) minor storm.
- Typhoon Nina (1987) (T8722, 22W, Sisang) crossed the Philippines as a major typhoon.
- Tropical Storm Nina (1992) (T9213, 14W) minor storm.
- Tropical Storm Nina (1995) (T9511, 15W, Helming) minor storm.
PAGASA Naming The following typhoons were named Nina by PAGASA. After 2016, the PAGASA retired the name Nina in their naming lists and was replaced with Nika.
- Typhoon Songda (2004) (T0418, 22W, Nina)
- Typhoon Hagupit (2008) (T0814, 18W, Nina) – struck China, killing 67 and causing 1 billion in damage.
- Typhoon Prapiroon (2012) (T1221, 22W, Nina)
- Typhoon Nock-ten (2016) (T1626, 30W, Nina) – a late-season powerful storm that affected the Philippines.
- Cyclone Nina (1992–93), category 3 storm, crossed Oceania.
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