Tropical Storm Olga

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The name Olga has been used for three tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Basin, ten tropical cyclones in the Pacific Ocean, and at least three in the Southern Hemisphere.

In the Atlantic:

Olga is used on the six-year lists, where it replaced Opal.

In the Western Pacific:

The 1999 Pacific Typhoon Season was the last typhoon season to have only English names.

In the Southern Hemisphere: