Tropical Storm Olive
The name Olive has been used for a total of eleven tropical cyclones worldwide: one in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, nine in the Western Pacific Ocean, and one in the Southwest Indian Ocean.
The name "Olive" was used because of the green tint to the atmosphere and precipitation associated with the storm(s).
- 1974's Tropical Storm Olive - didn't affect land.
- 1947's Super Typhoon Olive (T4715)
- Typhoon Olive (1952) (T5213) - affected Wake Island.
- 1956's Typhoon Olive (T5622) - struck the Philippines.
- 1960's Typhoon Olive (T6005, 12W) - struck the Philippines and China.
- 1963's Typhoon Olive (T6301, 05W)
- 1965's Super Typhoon Olive (T6520, 25W)
- 1968's Tropical Storm Olive (T6806, 09W, Edeng)
- 1971's Typhoon Olive (T7119, 19W) - struck Japan.
- 1978's Typhoon Olive (T7802, 02W, Atang) - struck the Philippines.
Southwest Indian Ocean:
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