2006 Atlantic hurricane season
The 2006 Atlantic hurricane season was significantly less active than the record previous season. It marked the first since 2001 in which no hurricanes made landfall in the United States, and was the ...
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2006 Pacific hurricane season
The 2006 Pacific hurricane season was the most active since 2000, which also produced 19 tropical storms or hurricanes. Eighteen developed within the National Hurricane Center (NHC) area of warni...
2006 Pacific hurricane season - Wikipedia
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
Tornadoes of 2006
This page documents the tornadoes and tornado outbreaks of 2006. Since the greatest coverage is in the United States, most of these events listed were primarily in the US. However, there were many oth...
Tornadoes of 2006 - Wikipedia
2006 European cold wave
The 2006 European cold wave was an unusual cold wave which resulted in abnormal winter conditions over much of Europe. This marked a period of unusual weather over much of Europe where southern Europe...
Cyclone Xavier
Severe Tropical Cyclone Xavier (RSMC Nadi Designation: 01F, JTWC Designation: 01P) was a strong pre-season cyclone that formed on October 20, 2006 to the north of the Santa Cruz Islands. During the ne...
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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,...
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Hurricane Daniel (2006)
Hurricane Daniel was the second strongest hurricane of the 2006 Pacific hurricane season. The fourth named storm of the season, Daniel originated on July 16 from a tropical wave off the coast of ...
Hurricane Daniel (2006) - Wikipedia
Tropical Storm Emilia (2006)
Tropical Storm Emilia was a rare tropical cyclone that affected the Baja California peninsula in July 2006. The sixth tropical depression and fifth tropical storm of the 2006 Pacific hurricane season,...
Tropical Storm Emilia (2006) - Wikipedia
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
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...
Global storm activity of 2006
Global storm activity of 2006 profiles the major worldwide storms, including blizzards, ice storms, and other winter events, from January 1, 2006 to December 31, 2006. Winter storms are events in whic...
Global storm activity of 2006 - Wikipedia
Cyclone Gamede
Cyclone Gamede was among the wettest tropical cyclones on record, dropping more than 5.5 m (18 ft) of rain in a nine-day period on Réunion island in the southwest Indian Ocean. The seventh n...
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Late November 2006 nor'easter
The November 2006 nor'easter was a powerful extratropical cyclone that formed offshore of the Southeastern United States on November 20, bringing heavy rains, high winds, beach erosion, and coastal fl...
Late November 2006 nor'easter - Wikipedia
New England Flood of May 2006
The New England Flood of May 2006 was a flood event that occurred in New England, especially in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, during the month of May, 2006. It started on May 11, 2006 as a result o...
New England Flood of May 2006 - Wikipedia
Mid-Atlantic United States flood of 2006
The Mid-Atlantic United States flood of 2006 was a significant flood that affected much of the Mid-Atlantic region of the eastern United States. The flooding was very widespread, affecting numerous ri...
Mid-Atlantic United States flood of 2006 - Wikipedia
Cyclone Larry
Severe Tropical Cyclone Larry (RSMC Nadi designation: 15F, JTWC designation: 17P) was a tropical cyclone that made landfall in Australia during the 2005–06 Southern Hemisphere tropical cyclone season....
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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
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
Cyclone Urmil (2006)
Tropical Cyclone Urmil (RSMC Nadi designation: 06F, JTWC designation: 07P) was a short lived storm of January 2006 that explosively intensified to reach its peak intensity as a high-end Category 2 cyc...
Cyclone Urmil (2006) - Wikipedia
Cyclone Indlala
Intense Tropical Cyclone Indlala was a tropical cyclone that caused severe damage in Madagascar in 2007. The 12th tropical system, 9th named storm, and 5th intense tropical cyclone of the 2006-07 Sout...
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Tropical Storm Chris (2006)
Tropical Storm Chris was the fourth tropical storm of the 2006 Atlantic hurricane season. Forming on July 31 in the Atlantic Ocean east of the Leeward Islands from a tropical wave, Chris moved general...
Tropical Storm Chris (2006) - Wikipedia
2007 Mozambican flood
The 2007 Mozambican flood began in late December 2006 when the Cahora Bassa Dam overflowed from heavy rains on Southern Africa. It worsened in February 2007 when the Zambezi River broke its banks, fl...
2007 Mozambican flood - Wikipedia