Pacific typhoon season

The following is a list of Pacific typhoon seasons. The seasons are limited to the north of the equator between the 100th meridian east and the 180th meridian (aka Prime Antimeridian).

PeriodSeasons
Pre-1900List of Pacific typhoons before 1850, 1850s, 1860s, 1870s, 1880s, 1890s
1900s1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909
1910s1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919
1920s1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929
1930s1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939
1940s1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949
1950s1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959
1960s1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969
1970s1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979
1980s1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989
1990s1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999
2000s2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
2010s2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
2020s2020, 2021, 2022, 2023

Tracks of all tropical cyclones in the northernwestern Pacific Ocean between 1980 and 2005. The vertical line to the right is the Prime Antimeridian, which corresponds in part to the International Date Line.

Seasons

Pre-1940

Year All systems Strongest storm Deaths Damage Notes
TD TS TY STY
190023 ?  Guam typhoon>1,965Unknown
190121 ?  De Witte typhoon>4Unknown
1927272519 ?  Eleven15,159$4 million
19313019 ?  Unnamed300,349Unknown
193831 ?  Unknown338Unknown
1939282422 TY  Twenty-Six1,185$106.15 million
References[1]

1940s

Year All storms Strongest storm Deaths Damage
(USD)
Retired names Notes
TD TS TY STY
19404327 ?  July typhoon183Unknown
194128 ?  UnknownUnknownUnknown
194230 ?  UnknownUnknownUnknown
194334 ?  UnknownUnknownUnknown
194423 ?  Cobra>790Unknown
19452613 TY  Ida>3,798UnknownNoneFirst official season to be included in the West Pacific typhoon database.
19461510 TY  LillyUnknownUnknownNone
194727191 TY  RosalindUnknownUnknownNone
194826151 TY  KarenUnknownUnknownNone
19493322141 TY  Patricia>1,790$127 million TY  Kitty
 TY  Lise
 TS  Madeline
 TY  Nelly
 TY  Omelia
 TY  Patricia
 TY  Rena
 TY  Allyn
 TY  Camilla
References[1]

1950s

Year All storms Strongest storm Deaths Damage
(USD)
Retired names
(JTWC)
Notes
TD TS TY STY
195018121 STY  Doris544Unknown TS  Delilah
 TS  Helene
 TY  Jane
 TY  Kezia
 TS  Lucretia
 TY  Missatha
 TY  Ossia
 TY  Petie
19513125161 TY  Marge1,185$106.15 millionNone
195229206 STY  Wilma1,070Unknown TS  Jeanne
 TY  Lois
 TY  Nona
 TY  Vae
 STY  Wilma
195324175 STY  Nina430UnknownNone
19543319155 STY  Ida1,530UnknownNone
19553931204 STY  ClaraUnknownUnknownNone
19563926185 STY  Wanda>5,980$60.5 millionNone
19572722188 STY  Lola644UnknownNone
19582423219 STY  IdaUnknownUnknownNone
19593325188 STY  Joan>8,557$755 millionNoneFeatured Vera, the strongest typhoon on record to make landfall in Japan.
Totals22624217552>19,396$921.65 million13 names
References[1]

1960s

Year All storms Strongest storm Deaths Damage
(USD)
Retired names Notes
TD TS TY STY JTWC PAGASA
19603930192 STY  Shirley>2,869$69 million TS  Lucille
 STY  Ophelia
19615335208 STY  Nancy308UnknownNone
19623830236 STY  Emma1,700$325 million STY  Karen
19633625198 STY  JudyUnknownUnknownNoneNoneFirst season in which PAGASA names tropical cyclones.
19645839267 STY  Sally>8,743Unknown TY  Tilda TY  DadingMost active tropical cyclone season recorded globally.
196544352111 STY  BessUnknownUnknownNoneNoneRecord high eleven super typhoons formed, tied with 1997.
19665130203 STY  Kit1,146$377.6 millionNoneNone
19674035205 STY  CarlaUnknownUnknownNone STY  Welming
19683929204 STY  AgnesUnknownUnknownNoneNone
19693423132 STY  ElsieUnknownUnknownNoneNone
Totals43230820156>14,766$771.6 million4 names2 names
References[1]

1970s

Year All storms Strongest
storm
Deaths Damage
(USD)
Retired names Notes
TD TS TY STY JTWC PAGASA
19707626137 STY  Hope>1,847>$216 millionNone STY  Pitang
 STY  Sening
 TY  Titang
 TY  Yoling
19717035246 STY  Irma617$57.7 millionNoneNone
19726331242 STY  Rita1,169$585 millionNoneNone
19733921123 STY  Nora>1,011>$7 millionNoneNone
19745532160 TY  Gloria>361>1.55 billion TY  Bess TY  Wening
19753921143 STY  June>229,195>$1.35 billionNoneNoneDeadliest typhoon season on record.
19765125154 STY  Louise>650>$1.16 billionNone TY  Didang
19775421113 STY  Babe>235>$23 millionNone TY  Unding
19786330161 STY  Rita>371>$100 millionNone TY  Atang
 STY  Kading
19795424124 STY  Tip>541>$2.24 billionNoneNoneTip was the largest and most intense tropical cyclone ever recorded.
Totals54426615731>235,997>$7.29 billion1 name9 names
References[1]

1980s

Year All storms Strongest storm Deaths Damage
(USD)
Retired names Notes
TD TS TY STY JTWC PAGASA
19804424152 STY  Wynne493>$200 millionNoneNone
19815229132 STY  Elsie>1,268>$280.2 million TY  HazenNone
19823725192 STY  Mac805>$2.41 billion STY  BessNone
19833223104 STY  Forrest>1,021$397 millionNoneNoneFeatured Forrest, the fastest-intensifying tropical cyclone on record.
19844427162 STY  Vanessa2,919>$1.1 billion TY  Ike TY  Nitang
 TY  Undang
19855728151 STY  Dot1,355>$243.1 millionNoneNone
19864829193 STY  Peggy>905>$508.5 millionNoneNoneWayne was the longest-lived tropical cyclone on record in the north-western Pacific.
19873223176 STY  Betty1,402$1.3 billionNone STY  Katring
 STY  Herming
 STY  Sisang
19885431111 STY  Nelson>786>$503.9 million TY  Roy TY  Unsang
 TY  Yoning
19895532205 STY  Gordon
 STY  Elsie
3,328$2.24 billionNoneNone
Totals45527115528 STY  Forrest>13,477>$9.18 billion4 names7 names
References[1]

1990s

Year
All storms Strongest
storm
Deaths Damage
(USD)
Retired names Notes
TD TS TY STY JTWC PAGASA
19904129194 STY  Flo1,608$5.25 billion STY  Mike STY  Ruping
19913829175 STY  Yuri5,505$10.1 billion STY  Mireille
 TS  Thelma
 TS  UringMireille was the costliest typhoon on record, until surpassed by Hagibis in 2019.
19924031165 STY  Gay399$2.64 billion STY  OmarNone
19935028153 STY  Koryn>758>$1.96 billionNone TY  Monang
19945236186 STY  Melissa
 STY  Seth
1,301$8.14 billionNoneNone
1995472485 STY  Angela1,314$1.21 billion STY  Angela STY  Rosing
19965225166 STY  Herb936$6.88 billionNoneNone
199747281611 STY  Ivan
 STY  Joan
4,036>$4.59 billionNoneNoneMost Category 5 storms in a single season on record.
Featured two simultaneous Category 5 typhoons at the same time.
1998331683 STY  Zeb924$950.8 millionNone STY  Iliang
 STY  Loleng
Latest start for the first named system to develop.
1999452051 STY  Bart976$18.36 billionNoneNoneFeatured the lowest number of typhoons on record.
Totals44526613838 STY  Zeb17,757$60.08 billion5 names6 names
References[1]

2000s

Year All storms Strongest
storm
Deaths Damage
(USD)
Retired names Notes
TD TS TY STY JMA PAGASA
20005123134 VITY  Bilis467>$13.12 billionNoneNoneFirst year using names assigned by the JMA.
20014525163 VITY  Faxai1,193$2.32 billion TS  Vamei TY  NanangFeatured the closest tropical cyclone to the equator (Vamei).
20024426158 VSTY  Fengshen725$9.54 billion VSTY  Chataan
 VSTY  Rusa
 TY  Pongsona
 TY  Gloria
20034521145 VITY  Maemi360$6.43 billion TS  Yanyan
 VSTY  Imbudo
 VITY  Maemi
 TY  HarurotFeatured Maemi, the most powerful typhoon to strike South Korea on record.
20044529196 VITY  Chaba2,435$18.51 billion VSTY  Sudal
 VSTY  Tingting
 VSTY  Rananim
 TY  Unding
 TS  Violeta
 TD  Winnie
Third most active Pacific typhoon season.
20053324134 VITY  Haitang629$9.73 billion VSTY  Matsa
 VSTY  Nabi
 VSTY  Longwang
None
20064323156 VITY  Yagi3,886$14.4 billion VSTY  Chanchu
 STS  Bilis
 VITY  Saomai
 VSTY  Xangsane
 VITY  Durian
 TY  Milenyo
 STY  Reming
Featured multiple typhoon landfalls in the Philippines.
20074524145 VITY  Sepat463$7.73 billionNoneNone
20084122113 VITY  Jangmi1,965$5.97 billionNone STS  Cosme
 TY  Frank
20094122135 VITY  Nida2,348$10.29 billion TY  Morakot
 TY  Ketsana
 VSTY  Parma
 TS  Feria
 TY  Ondoy
 STY  Pepeng
Featured Morakot, the deadliest typhoon to impact Taiwan in recorded history.
Totals43323914348 VITY  Nida14,471$98.04 billion21 names13 names
References[1]

2010s

Year All storms Strongest storm Deaths Damage
(USD)
Retired names Notes
TD TS TY STY JMA PAGASA
2010291471 VITY  Megi384$2.95 billion VSTY  Fanapi STY  Juan
 TY  Katring
Least active Pacific typhoon season on record.
2011392184 VITY  Songda3,111$7.68 billion STS  Washi TS  Bebeng
 TY  Juaning
 STY  Mina
 TY  Pedring
 STS  Sendong
20123425144 VITY  Sanba2,486$20.79 billion VSTY  Vicente
 VITY  Bopha
 STY  PabloFourth costliest season ever recorded.
20134931135 VITY  Haiyan6,836$26.43 billion STS  Sonamu
 VITY  Utor
 TY  Fitow
 VITY  Haiyan
 STY  Labuyo
 TY  Santi
 STY  Yolanda
Most active since 2004, deadliest since 1975, third-costliest season on record.
20143223118 VITY  Vongfong572$12.92 billion VSTY  Rammasun TY  Glenda
 STY  Jose
 TS  Mario
 STY  Ruby
 TS  Seniang
Most Category 5 typhoons since 1997.
20153927189 VITY  Soudelor349$14.84 billion VITY  Soudelor
 VSTY  Mujigae
 VSTY  Koppu
 VSTY  Melor
 STY  Lando
 TY  Nona
Saw each month having a named storm active since 1965.
20165126136 VITY  Meranti971$17.69 billion VITY  Meranti
 VSTY  Sarika
 VITY  Haima
 VITY  Nock-ten
 TY  Karen
 STY  Lawin
 STY  Nina
Fifth latest start for a Pacific typhoon season and second latest start for the first named system to develop.
20174227112 VSTY  Lan855$15.1 billion TY  Hato
 TS  Kai-tak
 TY  Tembin
 TS  Urduja
 TY  Vinta
Second latest start for a typhoon to develop since 1998.
20184529137 VITY  Kong-rey
 VITY  Yutu
772$30.23 billion TS  Rumbia
 VITY  Mangkhut
 VITY  Yutu
 STY  Ompong
 STY  Rosita
 TD  Usman
Fourth earliest start for a tropical storm to develop since 1949, second-costliest season on record.
20195029175 VITY  Halong389$34.14 billion VITY  Lekima
 VSTY  Faxai
 VITY  Hagibis
 VSTY  Kammuri
 TY  Phanfone
 TY  Tisoy
 TY  Ursula
Earliest start for a tropical storm to develop on record, costliest season on record.
Totals41025212551 VITY  Megi16,718$183 billion28 names28 names
References[1]

2020s

Year All storms Strongest
storm
Deaths Damage
(USD)
Retired names Notes
TD TS TY STY JMA PAGASA
20203223102 VITY  Goni457$4.06 billion VSTY  Vongfong
 TS  Linfa
 VSTY  Molave
 VITY  Goni
 VSTY  Vamco
 TY  Ambo
 TY  Quinta
 STY  Rolly
 TY  Ulysses
Featured the strongest landfalling tropical cyclone on record, Goni
2021412295 VITY  Surigae554$3.79 billionTBD TY  Jolina
 STS  Maring
 STY  Odette
Includes the most intense typhoon ever recorded in April, Surigae.
20223625103 VITY  Nanmadol486$3.38 billionTBDTBDFeatured two simultaneous storms in April (Malakas and Megi).
20230000NoneNoneTBDTBD
Totals109702910 VITY  Surigae1,497$11.2 billion5 names7 names

See also

Parent topics

Other tropical cyclone basins

References

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