Tropical Storm Nora
The name Nora has been used for six tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific.
The name is used on the modern six-year lists:
- Tropical Storm Nora (1985) – not a threat to land
- Hurricane Nora (1991) – category 2 storm that dissipated before landfall
- Hurricane Nora (1997) – a powerful category 4 hurricane that made landfall in Baja California, and moved into Arizona
- Hurricane Nora (2003) – strongest storm of the season, made landfall as a tropical depression
- Tropical Storm Nora (2009) – no threat to land
- Tropical Storm Nora (2015) – approached Hawaii but dissipated before landfall
It was also used for ten tropical cyclones in the Western Pacific:
- Typhoon Nora (1945)
- Typhoon Nora (1951) (T5112)
- Typhoon Nora (1955) (T5525)
- Tropical Storm Nora (1959) (T5913, 26W)
- Typhoon Nora (1962) (T6209, 46W) – struck Japan
- Tropical Storm Nora (1964) (T6433, 49W, Moning)
- Typhoon Nora (1967) (T6721, 24W)
- Tropical Storm Nora (1970) (T7023, 25W)
- Typhoon Nora (1973) (T7315, 17W) – one of the most intense tropical cyclones ever recorded
- Tropical Storm Nora (1976) (T7624, 25W) – struck the central Philippines
It has also been used for one tropical cyclone in the Australian Region:
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