2006 Pacific typhoon season
The 2006 Pacific typhoon season had no official bounds; it ran year-round in 2006, but most tropical cyclones tend to form in the northwestern Pacific Ocean between May and November. These dates conve...
2006 Pacific typhoon season - Wikipedia
Timeline of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season
The 2006 Pacific typhoon season had no official bounds; it ran year-round in 2006, but most tropical cyclones tend to form in the northwestern Pacific Ocean between May and November. These dates conve...
Timeline of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season - Wikipedia
Typhoon Chanchu
Typhoon Chanchu, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Caloy, was the most intense typhoon in the South China Sea in the month of May according to the Hong Kong Observatory (HKO). The first named storm ...
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Typhoon Ewiniar (2006)
Typhoon Ewiniar, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Ester, was the third named storm of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season and one that lasted for twelve days as a tropical cyclone, moving on a generall...
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Tropical Storm Bilis
Severe Tropical Storm Bilis, known in the Philippines as Tropical Storm Florita, was a weak tropical cyclone in July 2006 that caused significant damage to areas of the Philippines, Taiwan, and southe...
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Typhoon Prapiroon (2006)
Typhoon Prapiroon, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Henry, was a minimal typhoon which caused deadly flooding in southern China in August 2006. Prapiroon developed out of a persistent area of conve...
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Typhoon Maria (2006)
Typhoon Maria was a weak typhoon which brushed the southeastern coast of Japan during early August 2006. The seventh named storm of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season, Maria formed out of a tropical depr...
Typhoon Maria (2006) - Wikipedia
Typhoon Saomai
Typhoon Saomai, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Juan, was considered the most powerful typhoon on record to strike the east coast of the People's Republic of China. It was the eighth tropical stor...
Typhoon Saomai - Wikipedia
Tropical Storm Wukong (2006)
Severe Tropical Storm Wukong was a slow moving tropical cyclone which produced torrential rains over Japan. The tenth named storm of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season, Wukong developed out of a tropical...
Tropical Storm Wukong (2006) - Wikipedia
Hurricane Ioke
Hurricane Ioke, also referred to as Typhoon Ioke, was the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Central Pacific. The first storm to form in the Central Pacific in the 2006 Pacific hurricane season,...
Hurricane Ioke - Wikipedia
Typhoon Shanshan (2006)
Typhoon Shanshan, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Luis, was a strong typhoon that affected parts of East Asia in late September 2006. The 13th named storm of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season, Typho...
Typhoon Shanshan (2006) - Wikipedia
Typhoon Yagi (2006)
Typhoon Yagi was an intense typhoon, the strongest of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season, which reached the equivalence of Category 5 on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale. Forming out of a tropical depr...
Typhoon Yagi (2006) - Wikipedia
Typhoon Xangsane
Typhoon Xangsane, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Milenyo, was a deadly typhoon that affected the Philippines, Vietnam, and Thailand during the 2006 Pacific typhoon season. The name Xangsane was s...
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Typhoon Soulik (2006)
The 2006 Pacific typhoon season had no official bounds; it ran year-round in 2006, but most tropical cyclones tend to form in the northwestern Pacific Ocean between May and November. These dates conve...
Typhoon Soulik (2006) - Wikipedia
Typhoon Durian
Typhoon Durian, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Reming, was a violent tropical cyclone that wreaked havoc in the Philippines in late-November 2006, causing massive loss of life when mudslides from...
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Typhoon Utor (2006)
Typhoon Utor, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Seniang, swept through the central Philippines in December 2006, exacerbating the damage left behind by previous Philippine typhoon strikes that ...
Typhoon Utor (2006) - Wikipedia
Lists of tropical cyclone names
Tropical cyclones and subtropical cyclones are given names according to policy (see Tropical cyclone naming). These storms need a unique identifier in issuing forecasts and warnings, due to their lon...
Lists of tropical cyclone names - Wikipedia
Tropical cyclone naming
Tropical cyclones and subtropical cyclones are given names according to policy (see Tropical cyclone naming). These storms need a unique identifier in issuing forecasts and warnings, due to their lon...
List of retired Pacific typhoon names (JMA)
This is a list of all Pacific typhoons that have had their names retired by the Japan Meteorological Agency. A total of 26 typhoon names have been retired since the start of official tropical cyc...
List of retired Pacific typhoon names (JMA) - Wikipedia
List of retired Philippine typhoon names
Since 1963, there have been three agencies who have named tropical cyclones within the north western Pacific Ocean which has often resulted in a cyclone having two names. From 1945 to 2000 the US Navy...
List of retired Philippine typhoon names - Wikipedia
Tropical cyclone warnings and watches
Tropical cyclone warnings and watches are two levels of alert issued by national weather forecasting bodies to coastal areas threatened by the imminent approach of a tropical cyclone of tropical storm...