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Timeline of events[edit]

October[edit]

October 31

November[edit]

Track map of Tropical Cyclone Joti. The storm formed northeast of Vanuatu and curved southwest, going just north of Vanuatu before dissipating northwest of New Caledonia.
Track map of Tropical Cyclone Joti
November 1
  • 0000 UTC – RSMC Nadi upgrades the tropical depression to a category 1 tropical cyclone and names it Joti.[1]
November 3
  • 0000 UTC – RSMC Nadi upgrades Tropical Cyclone Joti to a category 2 tropical cyclone.[1]
November 4
  • 0000 UTC – RSMC Nadi reports that Tropical Cyclone Joti has reached its peak intensity of 70 mph (110 km/h).[1]
  • Between 0600 UTC and 1200 UTC – Tropical Cyclone Joti makes landfall on the island of Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu with winds of 70 mph (110 km/h).[1]
November 6
  • 1200 UTC – RSMC upgrades an area of low pressure to a tropical depression while 635 miles (1025 km) northeast of Nadi, Fiji.[1]
  • 1200 UTC – RSMC Nadi downgrades Tropical Cyclone Joti to a category 1 tropical cyclone.[1]
Track map of Tropical Cyclone Kina; the storm formed nearly due north of Fiji and tracked west before curving southward and dissipating almost due west of Fiji.
Track map of Tropical Cyclone Kina
November 7
  • 1200 UTC – RSMC Nadi downgrades Tropical Cyclone Joti to a tropical depression.[1]
November 8
  • 0000 UTC – RSMC Nadi reports that Tropical Depression Ex-Joti has dissipated.[1]
November 10
  • 0600 UTC – RSMC Nadi upgrades the depression northeast of Nadi, Fiji to a category 1 tropical cyclone and names it Kina. Simultaneously, the storm reaches its peak intensity of 40 mph (65 km/h).[1]
November 11
  • 1800 UTC – RSMC Nadi downgrades Tropical Cyclone Kina to a tropical depression.[1]
November 13
  • 0600 UTC – RSMC Nadi reports that Tropical Depression Ex-Kina has dissipated.[1]

December[edit]

Track map of Tropical Cyclone Lisa, the storm formed northwest of American Samoa and headed generally to the southeast before curving to the southwest before curving southeastward again.
Track map of Tropical Cyclone Lisa
December 10
  • 0000 UTC – RSMC Nadi upgrades an area of low pressure to a tropical depression 1,735 miles (2795 km) northwest of Apia, Samoa.[1]
December 11
  • 1800 UTC – RSMC Nadi upgrades the depression northwest of Apia, Samoa to a category 1 tropical cyclone and names it Lisa.[1]
December 12
  • 1800 UTC – RSMC Nadi upgrades Tropical Cyclone Lisa to a category 2 tropical cyclone.[1]
December 13
  • 1800 UTC – RSMC Nadi reports that Tropical Cyclone Lisa has reached its peak intensity of 60 mph (95 km/h).
December 14
  • 1800 UTC – RSMC Nadi downgrades Tropical Cyclone Lisa to a category 1 tropical cyclone.[1]
December 16
  • 0000 UTC – RSMC Nadi downgrades Tropical Cyclone Lisa to a tropical depression.[1]
December 18
  • 1200 UTC – RSMC Nadi reports that Tropical Depression Ex-Lisa had dissipated.[1]

January[edit]

February[edit]

March[edit]

April[edit]

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