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Hurricane Hall of Fame

Hurricane Maker has expressed interest in me resurrecting my Hurricane Hall of Fame. I started it several years ago as just a fun little project, but then I brought it onto Wikipedia and it kind of took off. However it has been dormant since I left Wikipedia in 2010. There has not been an official class since 2008. I always wanted to expand my voter pool and our little tight knit group here on the forums seems like the perfect choice. I was thinking of adding the HOF ballot to our yearly betting pools page. See the link for some background and the rules and guidelines I laid out (years ago...I recently upped the cost limits for automatic nomination and induction). The way it normally worked was that I would make a list of ten nominees from which five would be selected, but I'm definately open to suggestions. I've also developed a seperate Historical Electorate (akin to Cooperstown's Historical Committee) for storms prior to 1875. In the HE, three inductees are selected from a list of ten nominees. What do you guys think? -- SkyFury 23:50, August 29, 2011 (UTC)

I'm interested. At the end of this year, we may add a HOF ballot to the end of this year's betting pools in all basins. I don't know how the selection round will go then, voting process? CobraStrike (t)(b)(c) 01:27, August 30, 2011 (UTC)
I think it would be a good idea, considering the fact that many people may express interest. Hurricane Andrew (444) 14:57, August 30, 2011 (UTC)
Great idea, CS.10L.NONAME 20:50, August 30, 2011 (UTC)
My question is, if we're going to do this as an end-of-the-year thing, then does that have an impact on the "two seasons old" criterion for inclusion? Also, perhaps voters could submit their own nominations? --HurricaneMaker99 21:00, August 30, 2011 (UTC)
But then again this is the Hurricane Wikia. If we decide to keep the "two year seasons old" criterion, then voting pools can still happen every year, just that hurricanes will only be inducted once 2 seasons old. CobraStrike (t)(b)(c) 22:02, August 30, 2011 (UTC)
Don't worry. There's lots of hurricanes before 2009.10L.NONAME 22:55, August 30, 2011 (UTC)
The ones I personally want inducted are from '07 and '08; I asked in case anyone would have wanted to nominate any post-'09 storms. --HurricaneMaker99 22:58, August 30, 2011 (UTC)
Should this be moved to a forum of it's own? YE Tropical Cyclone 23:07, August 30, 2011 (UTC)
What, the section or a new forum for the HOF? CobraStrike (t)(b)(c) 23:08, August 30, 2011 (UTC)
I think this should be it's own forum, like the favorite storms of 2011 forum I made earlier this year. The Worldwide activity discussion forum on the TC BasinNAV is for discussing worldwide activity of 2011. I also made one for 2012 as well, but it's made ahead of time. IMO Tip is no. 1 in the hall of Fame. Ryan1000 23:22, August 30, 2011 (UTC)
I think a separate forum page for this is a better option than the section. We had a huge debate over the same thing related to the WAD being in the EPac forum. The HHoH isn't Atlantic only so it shouldn't be in the Atlantic forum. Yqt1001 00:41, August 31, 2011 (UTC)
Based on the current consensus...I'll go ahead and make a forum for the HoH and move this. CobraStrike (t)(b)(c) 00:45, August 31, 2011 (UTC)
Like I said back when this was in the ATL forum, I think SkyFury should be writing this. Also why is it called 2011 HHoH? Not like the discussion relates to a year or anything. Maybe it could be changed to HHoH and then have another topic called "2011 HHoH Voting" when the time for voting comes? CS changed it. Yqt1001 01:07, August 31, 2011 (UTC)
Done. CobraStrike (t)(b)(c) 01:13, August 31, 2011 (UTC)

Wow, I clearly underestimated the level of interest. I come back 24 hours after I first brought it up and it's already got its own page. As the creater and founder of the Hurricane Hall of Fame as well as the keeper of the record, I feel like I should have final say as to how this is run. This is definately a democracy and I in fact want your input, but remember, this is my baby here. First, let me clear a few things up. Atlantic and East & West Pacific are the only basins included at this time. We can talk about expansion at some other time. Also, because of the shear volume of eligible, deserving storms, each basin gets its own ballot. The Wikipedia pages only list the Atlantic members. I have an Excel file on my computer with the entire list. Yes, Ryan, Tip was inducted with the inaugural WPac class of 2007. Also keep in mind that I started this as just a fun little thing. The first two Atlantic classes (2004 and 2005) and the only four Pacific classes (2007 and 2008 for East and West) were hand selected by me. It wasn't until 2006 that I brought the Atlantic ballot to Wikipedia and started running it like a real HOF. I can have my official list posted to this forum, if you guys would like, by this weekend. You will then be free to scrutinize my early selections. I think you will find them agreeable, but I'm willing to listen to grievances. -- SkyFury 08:50, August 31, 2011 (UTC)

Rules and Organization

The Nomination and Election Process

As I mentioned, there will be a list of ten nominees from which five will be chosen. Historically, I chose the ten nominees that were voted on. Obviously in this expanded format, we'll want it to be more democratic than that. However, I don't want a free-for-all with people just randomly throwing out names. I'd like it to be more controlled than that. One idea I dabbled in a while back was the "Pool of Twenty". I could propose a list of twenty storms that we could discuss. Names could be added or subtracted per consensus. For example, if there's a storm that's not in the Pool of Twenty that you guys feel merits more consideration than one that is in the Pool, they can be swapped. Me whittling it to twenty would greatly expedite the selection process while still allowing you guys plenty of say.

It's important to keep an open mind. Remember what I said about recentism. The HHOF goes all the way back to 1800 (the Great Hurricane of 1780 received a special exemption). That's a lot of history. Each of the nominees has to measure up fairly with any storm over the past 200 years. I would strongly encourage you guys to do some research on our candidates. The selections should be in keeping with the principles I laid out on the Wikipedia page. Also, we shouldn't drag out this voting process. I'd like the nominees to be decided on within a week's time. We could push it longer, but let's shoot for one week.

Once the ten nominees have been decided, I'll let you guys stew on them for a few days (maybe a week) during which you will each decide on your list of five. That will be your ballot. Then, on a pre-selected date (don't worry, that's not strict...we can accomodate stragglers), we all submit our ballots. Once the ballots are in, the inductees can be determined two different ways. We could set it up so that the five that appear on the most ballots are in. This would set up an engaging debate when the inevitable tie occurs to decide the final one or two spots. Or we could say the storms that appear on a majority (>50%) of ballots are in. This also allows room for healthy debate should fewer than five meet this requirement. Either one would be fine, but I don't want it set up like the Baseball Hall of Fame and others where a certain percentage is required to get in. Five is a good number. Unfortunately, there have been no shortage of devastating, as well as curious and record-breaking, storms worthy of enshrinement. - SF

Voting Schedule

Now, I generally like to do the ballot in May or June, when excitement about the coming hurricane season is high. By November, I think we're all pretty much hurricane-ed out. Also May/June is right around the time we're doing our betting pools. However doing it at the end would allow us to start this year, although we may do something special for the Resurrection Year. It also fits nicely with the "two seasons" rule. I'm flexible on when we do the vote, but it can be no earlier than December and no later than June. Like I said, I'd prefer to do it in May, however if we chose May, then we may want to do a special resurrection vote this fall. - SF

The "Two Seasons" Rule

Let me explain the two seasons rule: As a staunch opponent of recentism, I don't want nominees to be too fresh on the minds of voters (you guys). Under the two seasons rule, two full seasons must pass before a storm is eligible. 2008's Hurricane Hanna, for example, did not become eligible until the conclusion of the 2010 season. This is regardless of whether we decide to do the vote in December or in the spring. This is one of the rules I'm not too flexible on. - SF

Historical Electorate

Because the Atlantic pool is so vast, given the depth of the historical record, and there are so many old storms worthy of enshrinement, in 2007 (the same time I established the East and West Pacific Halls) I created the Historical Electorate. Under this format, the main ballot would be restricted to storms from 1875-present and storms prior to 1875 would be voted on in the HE. Based on Cooperstown's Historical Committee, the HE would consist of a separate list of ten nominees from which you guys would select three inductees. For the sake of time and to reduce the research load on you guys, I will probably select the ten nominees. - SF

Boy, that's a lot isn't it! Yeah, I've had six years to think about this. I'm sure there are other details to hammer out but this is a good breakdown of the major talking points. Please post your comments under the section to which it is relevant. For general discussion of the HHOF itself, post in the main section above "Rules and Organization". Thanks! -- SkyFury 08:50, August 31, 2011 (UTC)

The Hall of Famers

Atlantic

2004-2012

2018

2019

Eastern Pacific

2007-2008

2018

2019

Western Pacific

2018

2019

North Indian Ocean

2018

2019

South-West Indian Ocean

2018

2019

Australian Region

2018

2019

South Pacific

2018

2019

Auto-nomination criteria

  • Atlantic - Starting next year, the auto-nomination criteria (for storms to bypass the "two-seasons" rule) for the Atlantic will be raised to 15 billion USD in damage and/or 500 deaths.
  • East Pacific - 1 billion in damage and/or 100 deaths.
  • West Pacific - 5 billion in damage and/or 1,000 deaths.
  • North Indian Ocean - 1 billion in damage and/or 3,000 deaths.
  • South-West Indian Ocean - 150 million in damage and/or 150 deaths.
  • Australian Region - 300 million in damage and/or 15 deaths.
  • South Pacific - 100 million in damage and/or 20 deaths.

This is what I'm thinking for auto-nomination criteria for now. Certain basins have some storms cause more damage or deaths than others, so the bar is different between basins, but if any of you have some other suggestions, we can talk about it here. Ryan1000 04:27, June 23, 2018 (UTC)

$15 billion for the North Atlantic is a little high, perhaps. There has yet to be a $10 billion storm that hasn't been retired/called catastrophic. ~ KN2731 {talk} 10:53, June 23, 2018 (UTC)

Perhaps, though storms have been getting more destructive in the Atlantic and auto-inducting every recent storm with certain amounts of damage would cut off induction of older storms. Or maybe we could induct some more storms in future years, like the WPac's 20-10-5 rule to lighten the load of notable storms in the Atlantic hall of fame. And then cut it back to 10-5-3 when we get lower on the notable storm count. Ryan1000 12:13, June 23, 2018 (UTC)

I suppose we could give the Atlantic 20-10-5 for up to 2020 before cutting it down, while hoping we don't see any storms that autoqualify or seriously contend for qualification over the next few years. There have been too many destructive storms recently. ~ KN2731 {talk} 14:53, June 23, 2018 (UTC)

Yeah I think 20-10-5 would be better for the Atlantic, but we'll start with that next year since this year is already done (though you could still vote on the nominees in the other basins if you'd like, I added them). Ryan1000 15:11, June 23, 2018 (UTC)

Hall of Fame 2019

Atlantic

  • 1848 Tampa Hurricane
  • 1866 Great Bahamas Hurricane
  • 1867 Gulf Coast Hurricane
  • 1869 New England Major Hurricane
  • 1873 Nova Scotia Hurricane
  • 1880 Brownsville Hurricane
  • 1883 Hispaniola-Carolina Hurricane
  • 1893 Charleston Hurricane
  • 1896 Cedar Key Hurricane
  • 1898 Windward Islands Hurricane
  • 1898 Georgia Hurricane
  • 1903 Jamaica Hurricane ("Manchioneal Hurricane")
  • 1906 Gulf Coast Hurricane
  • 1909 Galveston Hurricane
  • 1912 Jamaica Hurricane
  • 1916 Gulf Coast Major Hurricane
  • 1921 Tampa Bay Hurricane
  • 1926 Nasau Hurricane
  • 1927 Nova Scotia Hurricane
  • 1929 Andros Island-Florida Hurricane
  • 1932 San Ciprian Hurricane
  • 1933 Great Tampico Hurricane
  • 1933 Brownsville Hurricane
  • 1939 Bermuda Hurricane
  • 1940 Georgia-South Carolina Hurricane
  • 1940 New England Hurricane
  • 1940 Nova Scotia Hurricane
  • 1944 Jamaica Hurricane
  • 1945 Freeport Hurricane
  • 1945 Homestead Hurricane
  • 1948 Bermuda-Newfoundland Hurricane
  • 1948 September Florida Hurricane
  • 1948 Miami Hurricane
  • 1949 Florida Hurricane
  • Hurricane King (1950)
  • Hurricane Edna (1954)
  • Hurricane Connie (1955)
  • Hurricane Ione (1955)
  • Hurricane Dora (1964)
  • Hurricane Hilda (1964)
  • Hurricane Inga (1969)
  • Hurricane Celia (1970)
  • Hurricane Ginger (1971)
  • Tropical Storm Amelia (1978)
  • Tropical Storm Claudette (1979)
  • Hurricane Alicia (1983)
  • Hurricane Gloria (1985)
  • Tropical Storm Isabel (1985)
  • Hurricane Juan (1985)
  • Hurricane Kate (1985)
  • Hurricane Diana (1990)
  • Hurricane Klaus (1990)
  • Tropical Storm Bret (1993)
  • Hurricane Gert (1993)
  • Tropical Storm Alberto (1994)
  • Hurricane Marilyn (1995)
  • Hurricane Roxanne (1995)
  • Hurricane Bertha (1996)
  • Hurricane Cesar (1996)
  • Hurricane Fran (1996)
  • Hurricane Hortense (1996)
  • Hurricane Keith (2000)
  • Hurricane Iris (2001)
  • Hurricane Michelle (2001)
  • Hurricane Isidore (2002)
  • Hurricane Kyle (2002)
  • Hurricane Lili (2002)
  • Hurricane Fabian (2003)
  • Hurricane Juan (2003)
  • Hurricane Dennis (2005)
  • Hurricane Felix (2007)
  • Hurricane Noel (2007)
  • Hurricane Hanna (2008)
  • Hurricane Paloma (2008)
  • Hurricane Alex (2010)
  • Hurricane Igor (2010)
  • Hurricane Karl (2010)
  • Tropical Storm Matthew (2010)
  • Hurricane Tomas (2010)
  • Tropical Storm Lee (2011)
  • Hurricane Isaac (2012)
  • Hurricane Ingrid (2013)
  • Hurricane Gonzalo (2014)
  • Tropical Storm Erika (2015)
  • Hurricane Joaquin (2015)
  • Hurricane Alex (2016)
  • Hurricane Otto (2016)
  • Hurricane Nate (2017)
  • Hurricane Leslie (2018)
  • Hurricane Michael (2018)

We're now at the start of 2019, so we can do the hall of fame for this year in all basins. Like I mentioned earlier, we'll do 20-10-5 for the Atlantic this year to thin the list up a bit; also, after some reconsideration I've decided to keep the auto-nomination damage bar for the Atlantic at 10 billion for now. If we get some more destructive hurricanes this year or sometime in the near future, we'll up it to 15 billion later on. Therefore, Michael will be eligible this year, but Leslie and Nate (from last year) aren't yet eligible because of the two-seasons rule. Otto and Alex from 2016 are eligible by now. Ryan1000 12:32, January 1, 2019 (UTC)

East Pacific

  • Hurricane Hiki (1950)
  • 1957 Mazatlan Hurricane
  • Hurricane Dot (1959)
  • Hurricane Olivia (1967)
  • Hurricane Olivia (1975)
  • Hurricane Madeline (1976)
  • Hurricane Fico (1978)
  • Hurricane Norman (1978)
  • Tropical Storm Lidia (1981)
  • Hurricane Norma (1981)
  • Tropical Storm Octave (1983)
  • Tropical Storm Beatriz (1993)
  • Hurricane Nora (1997)
  • Hurricane Lane (2006)
  • Tropical Storm Alma (2008)
  • Hurricane Norbert (2008)
  • Hurricane Iselle (2014)
  • Hurricane Norbert (2014)
  • Hurricane Linda (2015)
  • Hurricane Darby (2016)
  • Tropical Storm Selma (2017)
  • Hurricane Lane (2018)
  • Hurricane Walaka (2018)
  • Hurricane Willa (2018)

Because notable storms are harder to come by in the Eastern Pacific (many years can pass without a significant storm in impacts or that is retired), just vote for 5 of the storms above, then when we have enough votes, nominate 3 of those 5, and we can each select our most notable storm among them. EDIT: As a side note, if you haven't seen the Auto-Nomination Criteria above, in order for a storm to be eligible to be voted in right away in the EPac to bypass the two-seasons rule, it has to cause at least 1 billion in damage and/or 100 deaths, so Lane and Walaka aren't eligible for nomination until the end of the 2020 season. Sorry. Ryan1000 12:32, January 1, 2019 (UTC)

West Pacific

Adding WPac below. Besides the unique ones like Tip and Vamei there are lots of deadly and/or damaging storms so I'll go up to 2000 for now. ~ KN2731 {talk} 13:14, June 16, 2018 (UTC)

  • 1912 China Typhoon
  • Typhoon Cobra (1944)
  • Typhoon Ione (1948)
  • Typhoon Gloria (1949)
  • Typhoon Allyn (1949)
  • Typhoon Ruth (1951)
  • Typhoon Amy (1951)
  • Typhoon Trix (1952)
  • Typhoon Tess (1953)
  • Typhoon Marie (1954)
  • Typhoon Wanda (1956)
  • Typhoon Emma (1956)
  • Typhoon Kit (1957)
  • Typhoon Lola (1957)
  • Typhoon Ophelia (1958)
  • Typhoon Ida (1958)
  • Typhoon Ellen (1959)
  • Typhoon Georgia (1959)
  • Typhoon Joan (1959)
  • Tropical Storm Lucille (1960)
  • Typhoon Mary (1960)
  • Typhoon Shirley (1960)
  • Typhoon Ophelia (1960)
  • Typhoon Nancy (1961)
  • Typhoon Kate (1962)
  • Typhoon Opal (1962)
  • Typhoon Wanda (1962)
  • Tropical Storm Harriet (1962)
  • Typhoon Karen (1962)
  • Typhoon Gloria (1963)
  • Typhoon Ruby (1964)
  • Typhoon Sally (1964)
  • Typhoon Louise (1964)
  • Typhoon Jean (1965)
  • Typhoon Trix (1965)
  • Typhoon Cora (1966)
  • Typhoon Ida (1966)
  • Typhoon Carla (1967)
  • Typhoon Emma (1967)
  • Typhoon Viola (1969)
  • Typhoon Elsie (1969)
  • Typhoon Joan (1970)
  • Typhoon Kate (1970)
  • Typhoon Patsy (1970)
  • Typhoon Rose (1971)
  • Typhoon Hester (1971)
  • Typhoon Ora (1972)
  • Typhoon Rita (1972)
  • Typhoon Helen (1972)
  • Typhoon Pamela (1976)
  • Typhoon Fran (1976)
  • Typhoon Rita (1978)
  • Typhoon Hope (1979)
  • Typhoon Irving (1979)
  • Tropical Storm Kelly (1981)
  • Typhoon Irma (1981)
  • Typhoon Bess (1982)
  • Typhoon Forrest (1983)
  • Typhoon Agnes (1984)
  • Typhoon Jeff (1985)
  • Typhoon Cecil (1985)
  • Typhoon Peggy (1986)
  • Typhoon Thelma (1987)
  • Typhoon Betty (1987)
  • Typhoon Dinah (1987)
  • Typhoon Gerald (1987)
  • Typhoon Nina (1987)
  • Typhoon Ruby (1988)
  • Typhoon Skip (1988)
  • Tropical Storm Cecil (1989)
  • Typhoon Gordon (1989)
  • Tropical Storm Hope (1989)
  • Tropical Storm Vera (1989)
  • Typhoon Gay (1989)
  • Typhoon Yancy (1990)
  • Typhoon Abe (1990)
  • Typhoon Flo (1990)
  • Typhoon Yunya (1991)
  • Typhoon Yuri (1991)
  • Tropical Storm Gary (1992)
  • Typhoon Omar (1992)
  • Tropical Storm Polly (1992)
  • Tropical Storm Ted (1992)
  • Typhoon Yancy (1993)
  • Typhoon Lola (1993)
  • Typhoon Manny (1993)
  • Tropical Storm Russ (1994)
  • Tropical Storm Sharon (1994)
  • Typhoon Fred (1994)
  • Tropical Storm Janis (1995)
  • Typhoon Kent (1995)
  • Typhoon Sally (1996)
  • Typhoon Winnie (1997)
  • Tropical Storm Zita (1997)
  • Typhoon Paka (1997)
  • Typhoon Zeb (1998)
  • Typhoon Babs (1998)
  • Typhoon Olga (1999)
  • Tropical Storm Wendy (1999)
  • Tropical Storm Eve (1999)
  • Typhoon Prapiroon (2000)
  • Typhoon Rusa (2002)
  • Typhoon Pongsona (2002)
  • Typhoon Maemi (2003)
  • Typhoon Rananim (2004)
  • Typhoon Songda (2004)
  • Typhoon Ma-On (2004)
  • Typhoon Chanchu (2006)
  • Severe Tropical Storm Bilis (2006)
  • Typhoon Saomai (2006)
  • Typhoon Ioke (2006)
  • Typhoon Xangsane (2006)
  • Typhoon Durian (2006)
  • Typhoon Fengshen (2008)
  • Typhoon Ketsana (2009)
  • Typhoon Parma (2009)
  • Typhoon Fanapi (2010)
  • Typhoon Megi (2010)
  • Typhoon Fitow (2013)
  • Typhoon Usagi (2013)
  • Typhoon Rammasun (2014)
  • Typhoon Soudelor (2015)
  • Typhoon Mujigae (2015)
  • Typhoon Lionrock (2016)
  • Typhoon Meranti (2016)
  • Typhoon Haima (2016)
  • Typhoon Nock-ten (2016)
  • Typhoon Noru (2017)
  • Typhoon Hato (2017)
  • Typhoon Lan (2017)
  • Typhoon Damrey (2017)
  • Tropical Storm Rumbia (2018)
  • Typhoon Jebi (2018)
  • Typhoon Mangkhut (2018)
  • Typhoon Yutu (2018)

It's now 2019, so voting is ready here. Like last year, we're doing 20-10-5 for the WPac due to the large list, so vote for 20 storms, we'll then go to round 2 for inducting, then we can each pick our top 5 among those 10. Some of the storms are crossed out since they lack the impact requirements to bypass the two-seasons rule (5 billion in damage and/or 1,000 deaths); this includes Jebi @Real Ger, so we'll have to wait until the end of 2020 for him. Rumbia and Hato are eligible however. Ryan1000 12:32, January 1, 2019 (UTC)

North Indian Ocean

Since we have almost did every basin in the Northern Hemisphere, why not include the North Indian Ocean cyclones too? Anonymous 2.0 (talk) 21:47, June 21, 2018 (UTC)

The preliminary list would be:

  • Cyclone Nine (1960)
  • Cyclone Ten (1960)
  • Cyclone Three (1961)
  • Cyclone Three (1963)
  • Cyclone Two (1964)
  • 1964 Rameswaram cyclone
  • 1988 Bangladesh cyclone
  • 1990 Andhra Pradesh cyclone
  • 1994 Bangladesh cyclone
  • 1995 India cyclone
  • 1995 Bangladesh cyclone
  • 1996 Andhra Pradesh cyclone
  • 1999 Pakistan cyclone
  • Cyclone Agni (2004)
  • Cyclone Mala (2006)
  • Cyclone Gonu (2007)
  • Cyclone Laila (2010)
  • Cyclone Phet (2010)
  • Cyclone Giri (2010)
  • Cyclone Jal (2010)
  • Cyclone Thane (2011)
  • Cyclone Nilam (2012)
  • Cyclone Viyaru/Mahasen (2013)
  • Cyclone Phailin (2013)
  • Cyclone Helen (2013)
  • Cyclone Hudhud (2014)
  • Cyclone Chapala (2015)
  • Cyclone Megh (2015)
  • Cyclone Roanu (2016)
  • Cyclone Vardah (2016)
  • Cyclone Ockhi (2017)
  • Cyclone Mekunu (2018)
  • Luban (2018)
  • Cyclone Titli (2018)
  • Cyclone Gaja (2018)

Like with last year, we're doing 10-5-3 for the NIO basin. Ryan1000 12:32, January 1, 2019 (UTC)

South-West Indian Ocean

  • Cyclone Carol (1960)
  • Cyclone Jenny (1962)
  • Cyclone Denise (1966)
  • Cyclone Gervaise (1975)
  • Cyclone Terry-Danae (1976)
  • Cyclone Angele (1978)
  • Cyclone Benedicte (1981)
  • Tropical Storm Electre (1981-82)
  • Cyclone Justine (1982)
  • Cyclone Andry (1983)
  • Tropical Storm Domoina (1984)
  • Tropical Storm Clotilda (1987)
  • Cyclone Filao (1988)
  • Cyclone Firinga (1989)
  • Cyclone Alibera (1989-90)
  • Cyclone Bella (1991)
  • Cyclone Cynthia (1991)
  • Cyclone Litanne (1994)
  • Cyclone Gretelle (1997)
  • Cyclone Lisette (1997)
  • Tropical Storm Gloria (2000)
  • Cyclone Dina (2002)
  • Cyclone Hary (2002)
  • Cyclone Kesiny (2002)
  • Tropical Storm Delfina (2002-03)
  • Cyclone Japhet (2003)
  • Cyclone Kalunde (2003)
  • Cyclone Manou (2003)
  • Cyclone Elita (2004)
  • Cyclone Ernest (2005)
  • Cyclone Favio (2007)
  • Cyclone Gamede (2007)
  • Tropical Storm Hubert (2010)
  • Cyclone Bingiza (2011)
  • Cyclone Funso (2012)
  • Cyclone Giovanna (2012)
  • Cyclone Haruna (2013)
  • Cyclone Bejisa (2013-14)
  • Cyclone Dineo (2017)
  • Cyclone Enawo (2017)
  • Cyclone Ava (2017-18)

Here's a list of some notable storms in the South-West Indian Ocean basin. This basin has limited data for the impacts of storms before 1980 or so, but we'll still do the WPac's rule in this basin for now, which is 20-10-5 to lighten the list a bit. If we have fewer storms in a few years, we'll cut it down to 10-5-3 or 5-3-1. Ryan1000 12:32, January 1, 2019 (UTC)

Australian Region

  • 1841 Roti Cyclone
  • 1875 Exmouth Gulf Cyclone
  • 1887 Broome Cyclone
  • 1897 Darwin Cyclone
  • 1908 Ninety Mile Beach Cyclone
  • 1918 Mackay Cyclone
  • 1934 Cairns Cyclone
  • 1935 Broome Cyclone
  • 1937 Darwin Cyclone
  • 1954 Gold Coast Cyclone
  • Cyclone Ada (1970)
  • Tropical Storm Dora (1971)
  • Cyclone Shiela-Sophie (1971)
  • Cyclone Kerry (1973)
  • Cyclone Wanda (1974)
  • Cyclone Trixie (1975)
  • Cyclone Joan (1975)
  • Cyclone Ted (1976)
  • Cyclone Alby (1978)
  • Cyclone Peter (1978-79)
  • Cyclone Hazel (1979)
  • Cyclone Paul (1980)
  • Cyclone Amy (1980)
  • Cyclone Dominic (1982)
  • Tropical Storm Gretel (1985)
  • Tropical Storm Charlie (1988)
  • Cyclone Joy (1990)
  • Cyclone Fran (1992)
  • Cyclone Bobby (1995)
  • Cyclone Katrina (1998)
  • Cyclone Rona (1999)
  • Cyclone John (1999)
  • Cyclone Steve (2000)
  • Cyclone Rosita (2000)
  • Cyclone Sam (2000)
  • Cyclone Chris (2002)
  • Cyclone Grace (2004)
  • Cyclone Ingrid (2005)
  • Cyclone Glenda (2006)
  • Cyclone George (2007)
  • Cyclone Ellie (2009)
  • Cyclone Hamish (2009)
  • Cyclone Laurence (2009)
  • Cyclone Ului (2010)
  • Cyclone Carlos (2011)
  • Cyclone Lua (2012)
  • Cyclone Oswald (2013)
  • Cyclone Ita (2014)
  • Cyclone Lam (2015)
  • Cyclone Marcia (2015)
  • Cyclone Olwyn (2015)
  • Cyclone Cempaka (2017)
  • Cyclone Kelvin (2018)
  • Cyclone Marcus (2018)
  • Cyclone Nora (2018)

Like with the SWIO, WPac, and SPac, we'll do 20-10-5 for now. Also, I added some additional pre-1970 notable storms, mostly by death toll. Ryan1000 12:32, January 1, 2019 (UTC)

South Pacific

  • 1878 French Polynesia Cyclone
  • 1903 French Polynesia Cyclone
  • 1906 French Polynesia Cyclone
  • 1941 Fiji Cyclone
  • Cyclone Ida (1972)
  • Cyclone Val (1975)
  • Cyclone Alison (1975)
  • Cyclone Meli (1979)
  • Cyclone Wally (1980)
  • Cyclone Isaac (1982)
  • Cyclone Oscar (1983)
  • Cyclone Eric (1985)
  • Cyclone Hina (1985)
  • Cyclone Raja (1986-87)
  • Cyclone Sally (1986-87)
  • Cyclone Tusi (1987)
  • Cyclone Gina (1989)
  • Cyclone Harry (1989)
  • Cyclone Sina (1990)
  • Cyclone Esau (1992)
  • Cyclone Joni (1992)
  • Cyclone Kina (1992-93)
  • Cyclone Prema (1993)
  • Cyclone William (1994-95)
  • Cyclone Beti (1996)
  • Cyclone Drena (1997)
  • Cyclone Harold (1997)
  • Cyclone Gavin (1997)
  • Cyclone Hina (1997)
  • Cyclone June (1997)
  • Cyclone Martin (1997)
  • Cyclone Susan (1997-98)
  • Cyclone Yali (1998)
  • Cyclone Zuman (1998)
  • Cyclone Cora (1998)
  • Cyclone Dani (1999)
  • Cyclone Paula (2001)
  • Cyclone Waka (2001-02)
  • Cyclone Ami (2003)
  • Cyclone Beni (2003)
  • Cyclone Erica (2003)
  • Cyclone Ivy (2004)
  • Cyclone Meena (2005)
  • Cyclone Nancy (2005)
  • Cyclone Xavier (2006)
  • Cyclone Daman (2007)
  • Cyclone Funa (2008)
  • Cyclone Gene (2008)
  • Cyclone Mick (2009)
  • Cyclone Oli (2010)
  • Cyclone Pat (2010)
  • Cyclone Rene (2010)
  • Cyclone Vania (2010)
  • Cyclone Wilma (2011)
  • Cyclone Jasmine (2012)
  • Cyclone Freda (2012-13)
  • Cyclone Lusi (2014)
  • Cyclone Tuni (2015)
  • Cyclone Ula (2015-16)
  • Cyclone Donna (2017)
  • Cyclone Fehi (2018)
  • Cyclone Josie (2018)
  • Cyclone Keni (2018)

Like the SWIO, Australian Region, and WPac, we're doing 20-10-5 for this basin for now. I also added some other more historic storms, based mostly on death toll. Ryan1000 12:32, January 1, 2019 (UTC)

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