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It includes their duration, names, affected areas, damages, and death totals. Rammasun turned northward, passing east of Taiwan and China. [5], Although only a tropical storm at landfall, torrential rains associated with Vera triggered widespread flooding throughout eastern China. The depression moved towards the northwest and strengthened into Tropical Storm Hope. Initially, a shortwave trough caused the system to move north-northwest; however, once this feature moved away from Angela, the cyclone acquired a general westward track. Initially, the system moved slowly and erratically before being steered west-northwest by a subtropical ridge. The 1980 Pacific typhoon season has no official bounds; it ran year-round in 1980, but most tropical cyclones tend to form in the northwestern Pacific Ocean between June and December. Forming on August 16, Peggy attained minimal tropical storm status before succumbing to wind shear and dissipating on August 18. [12], Cecil originated as a tropical depression over the South China Sea on May 22. The second was a poorly organized system that moved generally northward and struck Japan. In response to a ridge over China, Angela turned to the west-southwest. [31], Tropical Storm Roger produced significant rainfall across the majority of Japan, affecting areas from the Ryukyu Islands to Hokkaido. Rapid weakening then ensured as Tess neared Vietnam, and after making landfall in the country on November 6, Tess dissipated the next day. During the evening of November 5, Tess was estimated to have achieved its highest intensity, with winds of 115 km/h (70 mph). [52] In Osaka, a train derailed and crashed into a buffer, resulting in 50 injuries. [66] Immense structural losses took place throughout the province with 3.1 million homes damaged or destroyed. [83], A tropical disturbance began to organize and a tropical depression formed east of the Philippines on November 16. These dates conventionally delimit the period of each year when most tropical cyclones form in the northwestern Pacific … A weakened storm then entered the Gulf of Tonkin before striking northern Vietnam and dissipating on June 12. At least 162 people were killed and another 354 were listed as missing. A tropical disturbance began to organize just to the north of Taiwan while moving eastwards. [2], In early July, a surge in the monsoon trough over the basin resulted in the development of Tropical Storm Faye. This was the only direct measurement in relation to the cyclone. Across the Philippines, 954 houses were damaged and an additional 89 were destroyed, which left 55,567 people, or 13,247 families that were either homeless or otherwise sought shelter. An area of disturbed weather developed southwest of Pohnpei on August 6, 1987. [4], On January 16, Winona passed approximately 140 km (85 mi) south of Wake Island. [40] Significant flooding in the country resulted in 11 deaths and $28.9 million in damage. Moving quickly westward, the depression soon strengthened into Tropical Storm Sarah. Names listed in parentheses were assigned by PAGASA. On October 9, the storm brushed the southern coast of Hainan Island before making landfall near Huế, Vietnam. The heaviest rains fell over the Kii Peninsula and Shikoku, with 505 mm (19.9 in) and 464 mm (18.3 in) measured in Hidegadake, Nara and Kubokawa, Kōchi respectively. These dates conventionally delimit the period of each year when most tropical cyclones form in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. [71] A total of 247 homes were destroyed and another 5,824 were damaged. Shortly after being declared a depression, the system intensified into Tropical Storm Vera. Late on July 25, the storm peaked with winds of 165 km/h (110 mph). [31], Offshore, large swells produced by the storm sank a boat off the coast of Quezon Province, killing six people. This acceleration caused slight strengthening of the storm by enhancing winds on the north side of the low. An average of four to six storms form in the North Indian Ocean every season with peaks in May and November. [44] Flooding from the remnants of Judy affected the Soviet Far East, temporarily severing the Trans-Siberian Railway and killing 15 people. Communications were severely disrupted as 2,800 km (1,700 mi) of power and telephone lines were downed. Major Hurricane Lester from the ISS (Aug 30, 2016 at 00:27Z), Satellite Animation Shows Hurricane Harvey Approaching Texas Coast, Creation Seminar 2 Garden Of Eden Dr. Kent Hovind (With Subtitles). [66] Significant losses also took place in nearby Jiangsu Province where 34 people were killed and an estimated 2,000 more were injured. [82] At least 275 people died in offshore incidents with hundreds more reported missing. By mid-May, an extensive monsoon trough had become established from the Bay of Bengal eastward into the South China Sea. [33][34], Tropical Storm Irving formed in the South China Sea west of the Philippines on July 21. [30] Hope made landfall on the east China coastline on July 21. Tracking west-northwest, the system gradually intensified into Tropical Storm Judy on July 23. A tropical depression developed southeast of Guam on July 12, and on the next day, intensified into a tropical storm. Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration, Tropical Upper Tropospheric Trough (TUTT), "Weather Catastrophes in China 1980 – 2010", "1989 Annual Tropical Cyclone Report: Tropical Storm Winona (01W)". Sixty-three homes were destroyed and forty-two others were damaged by the floods. Pres. At least 82,000 homes were destroyed and according to the Vietnamese Army newspaper, Quan Doi Nhan Dan, 10,273 classrooms were also damaged or destroyed by the floods. Early reports indicated that at least 190 people were injured near Shanghai. [39], In Japan, damaging winds from the typhoon left approximately 4 million people without power. Two more storms developed during June – Typhoon Dot and Tropical Storm Ellis. Although related to Tropical Storm Hope, the deaths were attributed to Typhoon Gordon. [9], A tropical depression which formed in the monsoon trough on May 14 became a tropical storm on May 16 and struck Samar Island and southern Luzon in the Philippines that day. The 1992 North Indian Ocean cyclone season was unofficially the most active year on record for the basin, with 10 tropical storms developing, according to the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC). [65] According to the nation's flood control officials, approximately 347,000 hectares (857,000 acres) of farmland and 16,000 hectares (40,000 acres) of crops were flooded by the storm. Shower activity gradually became better organized, and two days later, the system was upgraded into a tropical depression. [8] On April 21, the typhoon's close passage brought sustained winds of 130 km/h (80 mph) and gusts up to 155 km/h (100 mph) to Guam. 1989 Pacific typhoon season; First system formed: January 15, 1989: Last system dissipated: December 27, 1989: Strongest storm 1: Gordon and Elsie – 915 hPa , 185 km/h (115 mph) Total depressions: 42: Total storms: 32 official, 2 unofficial: Typhoons: 20 official, 1 unofficial: Super typhoons: 5 (unofficial) Total fatalities: At least 3,459 total: Total damage In the Philippines, Dan left more than 232,000 homeless and killed 58 people. Initially, intensification was somewhat limited due to its proximity to Typhoon Angela; however, by October 9 conditions became more favorable and Dan attained typhoon status. Initially, Joe moved northwest, but began to turn to the west-northwest, anchored by a subtropical ridge to its north. [48], Striking the Chinese coastline near Shanghai, rains from Tropical Storm Ken–Lola caused the Huangpu River to rise above its warning level; however, no damage was reported. [66] Immense structural losses took place throughout the province with 3.1 million homes damaged or destroyed. Across the Philippines, 33 people were killed, with 30 others wounded and 36 others listed missing. On October 15, the storm underwent a period of rapid intensification, attaining an intensity that corresponds to a Category 3 hurricane on the Saffir–Simpson Hurricane Scale. In response to a ridge over China, Angela turned to the west-southwest. [18], Originating from a tropical disturbance near Palau on June 4, Dot tracked west-northwestward towards the Philippines. The storm struck the Philippine island of Catanduanes at that intensity and weakened slightly before hitting Luzon. The weakened storm struck the country west of Pusan the following day before losing its identity near the border with North Korea. [5], Although only a tropical storm at landfall, torrential rains associated with Vera triggered widespread flooding throughout eastern China. Several hours later, Kim made landfall over the Philippines, but the storm had weakened considerably by this time. [62], Typhoon Wayne formed from a depression on September 17 about 100 miles (160 km) southwest of Okinawa. [80], In the Philippines, Elsie worsened the situation already left in the wakes of typhoons Angela and Dan. [36][37] Throughout the country, 104 people were killed due to Tropical Storm Irving's passage. Tropical Storm Roger developed near the Ryukyu Islands a few days after 19W dissipated and rapidly tracked northeastward through Japan. [28] Additionally, 14 people drowned offshore and 2 others died in Hong Kong. [75], On October 2, a tropical storm warning was issued for Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands as Colleen approached. [48], Striking the Chinese coastline near Shanghai, rains from Tropical Storm Ken–Lola caused the Huangpu River to rise above its warning level; however, no damage was reported. Throughout 1989, several large-scale factors across the western Pacific Ocean displaced unusual characteristics that presented unique difficulties to forecasters. The storm quickly weakened and dissipated on January 22 as it emerged into the South China Sea. Once onshore, Angela rapidly dissipated and was last noted during the afternoon of October 10. On August 21, Typhoon Cary passed just south of Hainan, where hundreds of homes were damaged but no fatalities occurred, and subsequently entered the Gulf of Tonkin. [38], Originating from a monsoon trough on July 21, Judy began as a tropical depression west of the Northern Mariana Islands. Multiple commercial vessels were kept at port until the storm passed. On August 23, a tropical depression formed well to the north-northeast of Guam. Late on June 8, Dot reached its peak intensity with winds estimated at 185 km/h (115 mph). This is a table of all of the storms that have formed in the 1989 Pacific typhoon season. Following the development of persistent convection, the JTWC issued a TCFA early on September 11 before classifying it as a tropical depression 26 hours later. Poorly organized, it moved quickly northeastward and became a tropical storm on July 30. [73] Later that day, the storm skirted the northern coast of Luzon before moving into the South China Sea. [87] A total of 212 homes were destroyed and 3,401 more were damaged. This strong Tropical Depression did not affect land much as it lasted for eight days, mostly churning in open ocean. Brian killed 40 people and inflicted 837 million Renminbi (US$222 million) in damage throughout Hainan before striking Vietnam and causing further damage. The storm attained its highest intensity of 130 km/h (80 mph) early on July 11 before striking northern Luzon. Ike then struck the Chinese mainland as a tropical storm in the Guangxi province and dissipated on September 6. Deaths in parentheses are additional and indirect (an example of an indirect death would be a traffic accident), but were still related to that storm. Several days later, the monsoon trough became exceptionally active and spawned several consecutive cyclones in late-July: Irving over the South China Sea, Judy near the Mariana Islands, 12W near Taiwan, and Ken–Lola around the Ryukyu Islands. Severe Tropical Storm Cecil in May of 1989 caused devastating floods in central Vietnam, killing 751 people. [31], Throughout Japan, Wayne produced rainfall in excess of 200 mm (7.9 in), peaking at 313 mm (12.3 in), that triggered flash flooding and mudslides. Typhoon Eli, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Konsing, struck the Philippines and Hainan during mid-July 1992. [62] The remnants of Vera later transitioned into an extratropical cyclone on September 16 as it emerged over the Yellow Sea. Deaths in parentheses are additional and indirect (an example of an indirect death would be a traffic accident), but were still related to that storm. Between July 26 and 30, heavy rains fell across parts of Taiwan, resulting in deadly floods. Poorly organized, it moved quickly northeastward and became a tropical storm on July 30. [72], Throughout northern Luzon, high winds and heavy rains from the typhoon destroyed 14,064 homes and damaged 19,245 more. [14][15] Widespread structural and agricultural losses took place in addition to the significant loss of life, with damage estimated at ₫300 billion ($71.7 million). In Hong Kong six people were killed and one was missing due to landslides and flooding. Following a series of interactions with secondary areas of low pressure, the storm turned northward the following day. Hope moved approximately 100 miles (160 km) south of Okinawa and then strengthened to a peak of 65 mph (105 km/h) while nearing the China coastline. Once inland, the storm rapidly weakened, and by late on July 20, had dissipated completely. [74] Significant damage took place on Hainan Island and in Vietnam but specifics are unknown due to the rapid succession of storms. Forming as a tropical depression on November 11 between Yap and Guam, the system moved westward and slowly intensified. [68] According to the news estimates, a total of 500 – 700 people died as a result of Vera. Areas along the Kanda River were inundated after the river overflowed its banks. hurricane season=1989 Pacific typhoon seasonDeveloping as a disturbance in the Philippine Sea on June 18, the system moved westward initially and became a tropical depression late on June 20 and weakened on June 21. The system slowly developed, organizing into a tropical depression on April 18 while moving slowly to the west. The system initially remained disorganized, but by August 14, Cary had attained tropical storm intensity. [7] Nearly half of the schools in Guam were converted to public shelters. However the JTWC changed their naming list during half-way of 1989, starting with the name Angela. The most severe impacts took place on Hainan Island where 1,400 homes were destroyed and another 60,000 were damaged. The storm made landfall near Hoi An late on May 24 and quickly weakened. From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The 1989 Pacific hurricane season officially started May 15, 1989 in the Eastern Pacific, and June 1, 1989 in the Central Pacific, and lasted until November 30, 1989. Originating from a disturbance within a monsoon trough in early September, Sarah was first classified as a tropical depression near the Mariana Islands on September 5. [26] Striking Taiwan as a strong typhoon, Sarah caused widespread wind damage that left approximately 840,000 residents without power. Angela was the deadliest in the series of storms to strike the Philippines with 119 fatalities; another 28 people were reported missing. [27] Throughout the country, at least 200 people died and losses reached 1.2 billion yuan ($319 million USD). In Tokyo, the storm produced 195 mm (7.7 in) of rain, leading to several mudslides and flash flooding. [40] Significant flooding in the country resulted in 11 deaths and $28.9 million in damage. During the storm's passage, 47 people were killed and another 363 were injured. Tracking generally westward, the system soon strengthened into Tropical Storm Faye. [78], The second of three typhoons to strike Vietnam in October, Dan developed on October 6, and tracked generally westward throughout its course. Overall damage from the storm was minimal despite the strong winds and no reports of major structural damage or injuries were received. Three fatalities took place after a landslide in Baguio destroyed a home. The 1989 Pacific typhoon season was a highly above-average season. Developing dual outflow channels on October 1, Angela rapidly intensified into a Category 4 equivalent typhoon. Once onshore, Faye rapidly dissipated. [83][84][85] In Thailand, disastrous flash flooding destroyed tens of thousands of homes, with Chumphon Province receiving the brunt of the damage. "Storm Brenda Intensifies, Nears Central Philippines", "1989 Annual Tropical Cyclone Report: Typhoon Cecil (04W)", "Country Disaster Response Handbook: Vietnam", "Viet Nam Cyclone Cecil May 1989 UNDRO Situation Reports 1–3", "1989 Annual Tropical Cyclone Report: Typhoon Dot (05W)", "The 1989 Pacific Typhoon Season Summary", "1989 Annual Tropical Cyclone Report: Tropical Storm Faye (07W)", "1989 Annual Tropical Cyclone Report: Typhoon Gordon (08W)", "Viet Nam Typhoon Irving Aug 1989 UNDRO Situation Report No. Throughout its nearly two week existence, Winona traveled approximately 10,185 km (6,330 mi) across the Pacific Ocean. Brian killed 40 people and inflicted 837 million Renminbi (US$222 million) in damage throughout Hainan before striking Vietnam and causing further damage. Additionally, 430 km (270 mi) of coastal dykes and 174 km (108 mi) of irrigation ditches were washed away. In Taiwan, the outer rainbands dropped rainfall that alleviated drought conditions. Ken–Lola reached a peak of 65 mph (105 km/h) winds before hitting eastern China on August 3, causing little damage as it slowly dissipated until August 7. [67] Total losses throughout Zhejiang Province reached $351 million. Approximately 590,000 hectares (1.5 million acres) of farmland was inundated by the storm and total losses reached $485,000. A trough to its northwest had deepened, which was accelerating the cyclone northward. Struggling to regain strength, the system subsequently made landfall in northern Hainan Island. Once onshore, Angela rapidly dissipated and was last noted during the afternoon of October 10. The storm steadily deepened as it moved across the South China Sea, and on July 12 it strengthened into a typhoon. [39], In Japan, damaging winds from the typhoon left approximately 4 million people without power. According to the JMA, the system attained tropical storm intensity on August 26. At least nine people were killed in and around Tokyo while seventeen others were reported missing. Although it was stronger than the previous two, Elsie caused far less damage due to the relatively sparse population in the area of landfall. [21], Developing as a disturbance in the Philippine Sea on June 18, the system moved westward initially and became a tropical depression late on June 20 and weakened on June 21. [2], The season began with the unusual development of Tropical Storm Winona east of the International Dateline in early January. The system tracked east-northeast for several days, passing over South Korea and northern Japan before moving over north Pacific Ocean. The 1989 Pacific typhoon season was a highly above-average season. On October 28, the system underwent rapid intensification, culminating in attaining its peak strength with winds of 185 km/h (115 mph). Forming on August 16, Peggy attained minimal tropical storm status before succumbing to wind shear and dissipating on August 18. In the wake of the floods, the Government of Taiwan pledged to provide relief funds to those left homeless and family of the deceased. Only modest strengthening took place thereafter, with the system attaining peak winds of 95 km/h (60 mph). [8] Heavy rain also impact much of the southern Mariana Islands, amounting to about 130 mm (5 in) in Guam. Roger reached peak intensity of 60 mph (97 km/h) just before landfall at Cape Muroto on Shikoku Island. Brenda became a typhoon and reached a peak of 85 mph (137 km/h) winds before hitting southern China on May 20. The typhoon subsequently weakened rapidly and made two landfalls in Taiwan by September 12. [59] Additionally, four deaths took place offshore and another seventeen people were listed as missing. TD 12W developed out of an active monsoon trough and moved westward for the duration of its existence, never attaining tropical storm status due to high wind shear. [51] These rains triggered widespread flooding that killed at least three people. At least 162 people were killed and another 354 were listed as missing. By then, workers began repairing damaged coastlines and building up stone sea walls. While this system was over the Philippines, Typhoon Gordon developed underneath a TUTT cell to the east. 1979 Pacific typhoon season Season summary map First storm formed January 1, 1979 Last storm dissipated December 23, 1979 Strongest storm Tip most intense tropical cyclone ever recorded – 870 hPa (), 305 km/h (190 mph) (1-minute sustained) : Total storms On October 15, the storm underwent a period of rapid intensification, attaining an intensity that corresponds to a Category 3 hurricane on the Saffir–Simpson Hurricane Scale. On September 8, the storm abruptly turned southward and temporarily attained typhoon status. [13] Tracking north-northwestward, the system steadily intensified, attaining peak winds of 110 km/h (70 mph). [4], Before dissipating, the remnants of Winona tracked through the Philippines; however, no known impact resulted from its passage. After initially moving north-northwest, Cary turned west-northwest, although intensification was slow to occur. Though every month with the exception of February and March featured tropical activity, most storms developed from May through October. Initially, the system moved slowly and erratically before being steered west-northwest by a subtropical ridge. That evening, the typhoon began to show signs of weakening, although it was still believed to have been a typhoon when it made landfall in the province of Guangdong on July 19, becoming the strongest tropical cyclone to hit the province in 22 years. [28] Additionally, 14 people drowned offshore and 2 others died in Hong Kong. This trend continued until the storm made landfall in Chumphon Province with winds estimated at 235 km/h (145 mph). During much of the year, a very broad monsoon trough was present and resulted in significant diurnal fluctuations in convective activity that inhibited rapid development of many disturbances. On August 16, a large area of low pressure centered about 335 km (210 mi) northwest of Okinawa began to show signs of possible tropical cyclogenesis. The fifth tropical cyclone of the 2002 Pacific typhoon season, Rammasun developed around the same time as Typhoon Chataan, only further to the west. [72] At this time, the JMA assessed Angela to have attained ten-minute winds of 175 km/h (110 mph) and a minimum pressure of 925 mbar (hPa; 27.31 inHg). Shortly thereafter, Joe moved ashore the Philippines. Land interaction took its toll on Kim, and upon entering the South China Sea, the storm was down below typhoon intensity. Typhoon Wayne skimmed the southeastern island of Japan while weakening into a tropical storm. After briefly emerging into the Gulf of Tonkin, Faye made its third and final landfall near Hai Phong, Vietnam on July 11. The monsoon trough spawned a tropical depression on July 29. By this time, the storm had turned due north. Every month had tropical activity, with most storms forming from July through October. After moving inland, the typhoon rapidly weakened to a tropical storm. Tropical depressions that enter or form in the Philippine area of responsibility are assigned a name by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration or PAGASA. Ken–Lola turned to the southwest, stalling before heading northwest again. Remaining active for two weeks, the system crossed the basin before dissipating over the Philippines. Two more storms developed during June – Typhoon Dot and Tropical Storm Ellis. [75], On October 2, a tropical storm warning was issued for Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands as Colleen approached. At least 44 people perished across the country and another 200,000 were left homeless. [69], The first in a series of tropical cyclones to develop within the monsoon trough, Angela was first identified as a tropical depression on September 28. [41] [42] [43] In South Korea, heavy rains from the storm exacerbated ongoing floods, leading to at least 20 fatalities. After moving onshore, the storm crossed west of 100°E and entered the Northern Indian Ocean. [53] At least 1,071 homes were flooded across the country and numerous roads were washed out. By July 15, the storm attained its peak strength as a Category 5 equivalent super typhoon with winds estimated at 260 km/h (160 mph). [66] Significant losses also took place in nearby Jiangsu Province where 34 people were killed and an estimated 2,000 more were injured. This was the only storm of the month not to develop within the monsoon trough. [26] Additionally, approximately 1,500 people were left homeless.[87]. Due to its proximity to the Philippines, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration also monitored the storm and assigned it with the local name Huling. It will enhance any encyclopedic page you visit with the magic of the WIKI 2 technology. The 1989 Pacific typhoon season was a highly above-average season. [67] Throughout eastern China, approximately 5.86 million households (23 million people) were affected by flooding triggered by the storm. [7] Nearly half of the schools in Guam were converted to public shelters. Tropical Storm Wayne was named the next day and into a typhoon on September 19. Joe started to deepen at a faster clip, and attained typhoon intensity on July 19. The system tracked across Vietnam on July 13, and dissipated within two days after moving inland. Developing dual outflow channels on October 1, Angela rapidly intensified into a Category 4 equivalent typhoon. However the JTWC changed their naming list during half-way of 1989, starting with the name Angela. At least nine people were killed in and around Tokyo while seventeen others were reported missing. Early on June 23, the large system with gales well removed from its center became a tropical depression once more. These heavy rains caused pump malfunctions that left many residents without drinkable water. Considerable weakening took place due to the interaction with the Philippines and the system was slow to re-organize. Babs turned northward once in the South China Sea, later weakening due to unfavorable conditions and transitioning into an extratropical cyclone on October 27 in the Taiwan Strait. Typhoon Cary then made landfall in northern Luzon while at peak intensity. These dates conventionally delimit the period of each year when most tropical … [81], On November 1, a tropical disturbance developed over the Gulf of Thailand. [36] [37] Throughout the country, 104 people were killed due to Tropical Storm Irving's passage. Tracking west-northwestward, the disturbance organized into a tropical depression on July 9. Typhoon Ike was the second deadliest tropical cyclone in the 20th century in the Philippines, where it was known as Typhoon Nitang. On September 18, officials announced over national television that at least 72 people were killed and hundreds were missing. [50]. [70] Eight people were killed by the storm,[69] including three children who drowned after falling into a swollen river. [18], Originating from a tropical disturbance near Palau on June 4, Dot tracked west-northwestward towards the Philippines. PAGASA assigns names to tropical depressions that form within their area of responsibility and any tropical cyclone that might move into their area of responsibility. [20] [75], Originating from an area of low pressure associated with a monsoon trough in late-September, Brian quickly organized into a tropical storm over the South China Sea. By September 11, Sarah entered a region favoring development and underwent a period of explosive intensification. We have created a browser extension. Vera was last noted as a powerful system near the International Dateline on September 19 with a central pressure of 964 mbar (hPa; 28.47 inHg). The weakened storm struck the country west of Pusan the following day before losing its identity near the border with North Korea. Typhoon Rammasun, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Florita, was the first of four typhoons to contribute to heavy rainfall and deadly flooding in the Philippines in July 2002. 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