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Tropical cyclones in 2017 were spread out across seven different areas called basins. 141 tropical cyclones had formed this year to date. 86 tropical cyclones had been named by either a Regional Specialized Meteorological Center (RSMC) or a Tropical Cyclone Warning Center (TCWC).

Tropical cyclones in 2017
Year boundaries
First system06F
FormedJanuary 2, 2017
Last systemAva
DissipatedJanuary 9, 2018
Strongest system
NameMaria
Lowest pressure908 mbar/hPa; 26.81 inHg
Longest lasting system
NameNoru
Duration20 days
Year statistics
Total systems141
Named systems86
Total fatalities5,557
Total damage$309.95 billion (2017 USD)
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Other years
2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

The strongest system was Hurricane Maria, with a central pressure of 908 mbars. Maria was also the deadliest system this year, being responsible for over 3,000 deaths. The costliest system this year was Hurricane Harvey, inflicting $125 billion (2017 USD) in damages mainly to the Houston metropolitan area.

Tropical cyclone activity in each basin is under the authority of an RSMC. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is responsible for tropical cyclones in the North Atlantic and East Pacific. The Central Pacific Hurricane Center (CPHC) is responsible for tropical cyclones in the Central Pacific. Both the NHC and CPHC are subdivisions of the National Weather Service. Activity in the West Pacific is monitored by the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA). Systems in the North Indian Ocean are monitored by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD). The Météo-France located in Réunion (MFR) monitors tropical activity in the South-West Indian Ocean. The Australian region is monitored by five TCWCs that are under the coordination of the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). Similarly, the South Pacific is monitored by both the Fiji Meteorological Service (FMS) and the Meteorological Service of New Zealand Limited. Other, unofficial agencies that provide additional guidance in tropical cyclone monitoring include the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) and the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC).

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Global atmospheric and hydrological conditionsEdit

For the majority of the year, the tropics were dominated by neutral El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) conditions, before La Niña conditions set in later in the year.[1] As the year opened, sea surface temperatures anomalies across the central and east-central equatorial Pacific were cooler than average, while the impacts of La Niña lingered within the atmospheric circulation, following an abrupt end to the 2016 La Niña episode. Over the next few months, these anomalies warmed and nearly reached the thresholds needed for an El Niño event to be declared, however, they subsequently cooled throughout the rest of the year and the 2017–18 La Niña event was declared to be underway.

SummaryEdit

Tropical Storm Bolaven (2018)Typhoon Tembin (2017)Tropical Storm Kai-tak (2017)Cyclone OckhiTropical Storm Haikui (2017)Typhoon Damrey (2017)Tropical Storm Selma (2017)Typhoon LanHurricane Ophelia (2017)October 2017 Vietnam tropical depressionHurricane NateHurricane MariaHurricane Max (2017)Typhoon Doksuri (2017)Hurricane Katia (2017)Hurricane Jose (2017)Tropical Storm Lidia (2017)Hurricane IrmaTropical Storm Pakhar (2017)Hurricane HarveyHurricane Gert (2017)Hurricane FranklinTropical Storm Emily (2017)Typhoon Nesat (2017)Tropical Storm Sonca (2017)Typhoon Noru (2017)Tropical Storm Talas (2017)Tropical Storm Nanmadol (2017)Tropical Storm Cindy (2017)Tropical Storm Bret (2017)Cyclone MoraCyclone DonnaCyclone MaaruthaCyclone ErnieCyclone DebbieCyclone Enawotropical cyclone basins 

SystemsEdit

JanuaryEdit

 
Tropical Low 14U
Tropical cyclones formed in January 2017
Storm Name Dates Active Max wind km/h (mph) Min pressure (mbar) Areas Affected Damage (USD) Deaths Refs
06F January 2–6 Unspecified 1002 None None None
08U January 3–7 Unspecified 994 Northern Territory, Western Australia None None
09U January 3–15 Unspecified 1003 Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Christmas Island None None
10U January 7–12 Unspecified 1001 Northern Territory None None
11U January 7–8 Unspecified 1000 Queensland None None
01W (Auring) January 7–16 55 (35) 1002 Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia $140 thousand 11 [2][3]
07F January 10–20 Unspecified 998 None None None
08F January 10–11 Unspecified 1009 None None None
12U January 18–19 Unspecified Unspecified None None None
13U January 21–25 Unspecified 1009 None None None
14U January 23–31 85 (50) 988 Northern Territory, Western Australia None None
03 January 27–28 55 (35) 1005 None None None

FebruaryEdit

Tropical cyclones formed in February 2017
Storm Name Dates Active Max wind km/h (mph) Min pressure (mbar) Areas Affected Damage (USD) Deaths Refs
Carlos February 2–10 130 (80) 965 None None None
Bising February 3–7 55 (35) 1000 None None None
09F February 5–11 Unspecified 999 Fiji None None
10F February 7–11 Unspecified 993 Fiji, Vanuatu None None
15U February 7–11 Unspecified 984 Western Australia Unknown 2
16U February 9–10 Unspecified Unspecified New Caledonia None None
11F February 9–12 Unspecified 1002 Vanuatu, Fiji None None
17U February 11–12 Unspecified 1004 Northern Territory None None
Dineo February 13–17 140 (85) 955 Mozambique, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Malawi $217 million 280 [4][5][6]
12F February 15–24 Unspecified 1002 Fiji None None
13F February 15–18 Unspecified 998 None None None
14F February 16–22 55 (35) 997 Fiji None None
18U February 16–22 Unspecified Unspecified None None None
Alfred February 16–22 85 (50) 994 Northern Territory, Queensland Unknown Unknown
Bart February 19–22 75 (45) 994 Southern Cook Islands None None
16F February 23–26 Unspecified 1005 None None None

MarchEdit

Tropical cyclones formed in March 2017
Storm Name Dates Active Max wind km/h (mph) Min pressure (mbar) Areas Affected Damage (USD) Deaths Refs
Blanche March 2–7 100 (65) 984 Northern Territory, Western Australia None None
Enawo March 2–7 205 (125) 932 Madagascar, Réunion $20 million 99 [7][8][6]
17F March 4–5 Unspecified 1006 None None None
Fernando March 6–14 70 (45) 992 Rodriques None None
21U March 14–18 Unspecified Unspecified None None None
TD March 19–21 Unspecified 1008 Philippines None None
18F March 19–21 Unspecified 1007 None None None
22U March 20–24 95 (60) 985 Western Australia None None
Caleb March 23–27 85 (50) 989 Cocos (Keeling) Islands None None
Debbie March 23–30 175 (110) 949 Queensland, New South Wales, New Zealand $2.67 billion 14 [9][10]
25U March 23–26 Unspecified Unspecified None None None

AprilEdit

Tropical cyclones formed in April 2017
Storm Name Dates Active Max wind km/h (mph) Min pressure (mbar) Areas Affected Damage (USD) Deaths Refs
19F April 1–20 Unspecified 988 Samoa, Niue None None
Ernie April 5–10 220 (140) 922 None None None
27U April 6–16 55 (35) 998 Northern Territory, Western Australia None None
Cook April 6–10 155 (100) 961 Vanuatu, New Caledonia, New Zealand Moderate 1 [11]
02W (Crising) April 13–20 55 (35) 1006 Philippines, Taiwan $1.7 million 10 [12][13]
Maarutha April 15–17 75 (45)3 996 Myanmar, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Thailand, Yunnan $23.4 thousand 4 [14][15][16]
Arlene April 19–21 85 (50)4 990 None None None
Frances April 21 – May 1 120 (75) 980 New Guinea, Maluku, Northern Territory, Timor, Western Australia None None
Muifa (Dante) April 22–29 65 (40) 1002 None None None
Greg April 29 – May 3 65 (40) 997 None None None

MayEdit

Tropical cyclones formed in May 2017
Storm Name Dates Active Max wind km/h (mph) Min pressure (mbar) Areas Affected Damage (USD) Deaths Refs
Donna May 1–10 205 (125) 935 Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Fiji, New Caledonia, New Zealand Significant 2 [17]
Ella May 7–14 110 (70) 977 Samoan Islands, Tonga, Wallis and Futuna None None
Adrian May 9–10 75 (45)4 1004 None None None
Mora May 28–31 110 (70)3 978 Sri Lanka, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, East India, Northeast India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Bhutan, Tibet $1.36 billion 135 [18][19][20][21]
Beatriz May 31 – June 2 75 (45)4 1001 Southwestern Mexico $3.7 million 7

JuneEdit

Tropical cyclones formed in June 2017
Storm Name Dates Active Max wind km/h (mph) Min pressure (mbar) Areas Affected Damage (USD) Deaths Refs
Merbok June 10–13 100 (65) 985 Philippines, South China $90.8 million None
Calvin June 11–13 75 (45)4 1004 Southwestern Mexico, Guatemala Unknown None
BOB 03 June 11–13 55 (35)3 988 Northeast India, Bangladesh $223 million 170 [22]
Bret June 19–20 85 (50)4 1007 Guyana, Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago, Windward Islands ≥$3 million 2
Cindy June 20–23 95 (60)4 991 Honduras, Belize, Cayman Islands, Yucatán Peninsula, Cuba, Southern United States, Eastern United States $25 million 2 [23]
Dora June 25–28 165 (105)4 974 Southwestern Mexico Minimum None
TD June 29 – July 1 Unspecified 1008 Japan None None

JulyEdit

Tropical cyclones formed in July 2017
Storm Name Dates Active Max wind km/h (mph) Min pressure (mbar) Areas Affected Damage (USD) Deaths Refs
Nanmadol (Emong) July 1–4 100 (65) 985 Japan $1.99 billion 41 [24][25][26][27]
TD July 4–7 55 (35) 1010 Taiwan, Ryukyu Islands None None
Four July 5–7 45 (30)4 1009 None None None
Eugene July 7–12 185 (115)4 966 Baja California Peninsula, California None None
Fernanda July 12–22 230 (145)4 948 Hawaii None None
TD July 13–16 55 (35) 1006 None None None
Talas July 14–17 95 (60) 985 Hainan, Indochina $80.1 million 14 [28][29]
Don July 17–18 85 (50)4 1005 Windward Islands, Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago None None
Eight-E July 17–20 55 (35)4 1007 None None None
Greg July 17–26 95 (60)4 1000 None None None
BOB 04 July 18–19 45 (30)3 992 Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh $34.3 million 7 [30]
Noru July 19 – August 8 175 (110) 935 Japan $100 million 2 [31][32]
Kulap July 20–28 75 (45) 1002 None None None
Hilary July 21–30 175 (110)4 969 Southwestern Mexico None None
Sonca July 21–29 65 (40) 994 Hainan, Indochina $306 million 37 [33][34][35]
Roke (Fabian) July 21–23 65 (40) 1002 Philippines, Taiwan, South China None None
Irwin July 22 – August 1 150 (90)4 970 None None None
Nesat (Gorio) July 25–30 150 (90) 960 Philippines, Ryukyu Islands, Taiwan, East China $281 million 3 [36]
TD July 25–29 55 (35) 1006 None None None
LAND 01 July 26–27 45 (30)3 992 West Bengal, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh $2.19 billion 152 [37][38]
Haitang (Huaning) July 27 – August 2 85 (50) 985 Taiwan, East China $3.77 million None
Emily July 30 – August 1 95 (60)4 1001 Florida $10 million None [39]
Nalgae July 31 – August 5 85 (50) 990 None None None

AugustEdit

Tropical cyclones formed in August 2017
Storm Name Dates Active Max wind km/h (mph) Min pressure (mbar) Areas Affected Damage (USD) Deaths Refs
Eleven-E August 4–5 55 (35)4 1006 None None None
Franklin August 7–10 140 (85)4 981 Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Cayman Islands, Belize, Yucatán Peninsula, Central Mexico $15 million None
01U August 8 35 (25) 1005 None None None
Banyan August 10–17 150 (90) 955 None None None
Jova August 12–14 65 (40)4 955 Western Mexico None None
Gert August 12–17 175 (110)4 962 Bermuda, East Coast of the United States, Atlantic Canada None 2
Harvey August 17 – September 1 215 (120)4 937 Barbados, Suriname, Guyana, Windward Islands, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Nicaragua, Belize, Yucatán Peninsula, Northeastern Mexico, Southern United States (Texas, Louisiana), Eastern United States $125 billion 107
Hato (Isang) August 19–24 140 (85) 965 Philippines, Taiwan, South China, Vietnam $6.4 billion 24
Pakhar (Jolina) August 24–27 100 (65) 985 Philippines, South China, Vietnam, Thailand $115 million 13
TD August 25–26 Unspecified 1002 Vietnam None None
Sanvu August 27 – September 3 150 (90) 955 Mariana Islands, Ogasawara Islands Unknown 1
TD August 28–29 55 (35) 1002 Philippines Unknown None
Mawar August 30 – September 4 95 (60) 990 Philippines, South China $1.53 million None
Irma August 30 – September 12 180 (285)4 914 Cape Verde, Leeward Islands (Barbuda, Saint Martin, Saint Barthelemy, U.S. Virgin Islands), Puerto Rico, Hispaniola, Turks and Caicos Islands, The Bahamas, Cuba, Southeastern United States (Florida and Georgia), Northeastern United States $64.76 billion 134
Lidia August 31 – September 3 100 (65)4 986 Western Mexico, Baja California Peninsula, Arizona, California $36.1 million 20

SeptemberEdit

Tropical cyclones formed in September 2017
Storm Name Dates Active Max wind km/h (mph) Min pressure (mbar) Areas Affected Damage (USD) Deaths Refs
Guchol (Kiko) September 3–7 65 (40) 1000 Philippines, Taiwan, East China None None
Jose September 5–22 250 (155) 938 Leeward Islands, East Coast of the United States $2.84 million 0 (1)
Katia September 5–9 165 (105) 972 Eastern Mexico Unknown 3 (0)
Talim (Lannie) September 8–17 175 (110) 935 Mariana Islands, Taiwan, East China, Japan $750 million 5
Doksuri (Maring) September 10–16 150 (90) 955 Philippines, Hainan, Indochina, Bangladesh $819 million 45
Otis September 11–19 185 (115) 965 None None None
Max September 13–15 150 (90) 980 Southern Mexico $19.8 million 1
Norma September 14–20 120 (75) 985 Baja California Peninsula None None
Lee September 14–30 185 (115) 962 None None None
Maria September 16–30 280 (175) 908 Lesser Antilles (British Virgin Islands, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint Croix), Puerto Rico, Hispaniola, Turks and Caicos Islands, The Bahamas, Southeastern United States, Mid-Atlantic States, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Spain $91.606 billion 3,057
22W (Nando) September 23–25 55 (35) 1002 Philippines, South China, Vietnam Minimal None
Pilar September 23–25 85 (50) 1000 Western Mexico Minimal None

OctoberEdit

Tropical cyclones formed in October 2017
Storm Name Dates Active Max wind km/h (mph) Min pressure (mbar) Areas Affected Damage (USD) Deaths Refs
Ramon October 3-4 75 (45) 1002 Southern Mexico None None
Nate October 4-9 150 (90) 981 Central America, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Yucatán Peninsula, Gulf Coast of the United States (Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama), East Coast of the United States, Atlantic Canada $787 Million 48
23W October 7-10 45 (35) 1000 Philippines, Hainan, Indochina $602 Million 109
LAND 02 October 9-10 45 (35) 996 Bangladesh, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh Unknown 7
Ophelia October 9-16 185 (115) 959 Azores, Portugal, Spain, France, Ireland, United Kingdom, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, and Russia > $65.3 million 6
Khanun (Odette) October 11-16 175 (110) 955 Philippines, Taiwan, South China, Vietnam $373 million 1
Lan (Paolo) October 15-23 250 (155) 915 Caroline Islands, Philippines, Japan, South Korea $2 Billion 17
26W October 18-19 45 (30) 1002 Philippines Minimal 14
BOB 05 October 19-22 45 (30) 997 Odisha, West Bengal, Northeastern India, Bangladesh Unknown 1
Saola (Quedan) October 22-29 120 (75) 975 Caroline Islands, Japan $250 Million None
Selma October 27-28 65 (40) 1004 El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua Unknown 17
Philippe October 28-29 65 (40) 1000 Central America, Cayman Islands, Yucatán Peninsula, Cuba, Florida Minimal None
29W October 30-November 7 55 (35) 1004 Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia Minimal 7
Damrey (Ramil) October 31-November 4 165 (105) 970 Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand $1.03 Billion 151

NovemberEdit

Tropical cyclones formed in November 2017
Storm Name Dates Active Max wind km/h (mph) Min pressure (mbar) Areas Affected Damage (USD) Deaths Refs
Rina November 5-9 95 (60) 991 None None None
Haikui (Salome) November 7-13 75 (45) 998 Philippines, South China, Central Vietnam $4.26 Million None
BOB 06 November 15-17 45 (35) 1000 Odisha, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh Unknown 20
Kirogi (Tino) November 16-19 75 (45) 1000 Philippines, Malaysia, Indochina $10 Million 10
Numa November 16-20 100 (65) 995 United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Italy, Tunisia, Greece, Turkey $100 Million 22
Cempaka November 22-29 65 (40) 998 Central Java, Special Region of Yogyakarta, East Java, Bali, Banten, West Java $74 Million 41
Dahlia November 26-December 4 100 (65) 985 Sumatra, Java None None
Ockhi November 29-December 6 185 (115) 976 Sri Lanka, India, Maldives $920 Million 318

DecemberEdit

Tropical cyclones formed in December 2017
Storm Name Dates Active Max wind km/h (mph) Min pressure (mbar) Areas Affected Damage (USD) Deaths Refs

Global effectsEdit

Season name Areas affected Systems formed Damage (USD) Deaths
2017 Atlantic hurricane season Guyana, Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago, Windward Islands, Honduras, Belize, Cayman Islands, Mexico, Cuba, United States, Barbados, Nicaragua, Bermuda, Suriname, Jamaica, Atlantic Canada, Cape Verde, Leeward Islands, Puerto Rico, Hispaniola, Turks and Caicos, The Bahamas, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Spain, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Panama, Azores, Portugal, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Russia 18 ≥$282.16 billion 3361
2017 Pacific hurricane season Mexico, Guatemala, Baja California Peninsula, California, Arizona, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras 20 $16.7 million 46
2017 Pacific typhoon season1 Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Taiwan, Japan, China, Ryukyu Islands, Mariana Islands, Bangladesh, Ogasawara Islands, Caroline Islands, Thailand 41 $15.7 billion 864
2017 North Indian Ocean cyclone season Myanmar, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Malaysia, Aceh, China, Bangladesh, Bhutan 10 >$8.88 billion 761
2016–17 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season1 Réunion, Mauritius, Mozambique, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Malawi, Madagascar, Rodrigues 4 $236.5 million 379
2017–18 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season2 Madagascar, Réunion, Mauritius, Mozambique 1 $3.1 million 73
2016–17 Australian region cyclone season1 Northern Territory, Western Australia, Cocos Islands, Christmas Island, Queensland, New Caledonia, New South Wales, New Zealand, New Guinea, Maluku, Timor 22 $2.67 billion 14
2017–18 Australian region cyclone season2 Java, Sumatra, Indonesia, Western Australia 6 $165 million 41
2016–17 South Pacific cyclone season1 Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Fiji, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Southern Cook Islands, Tonga, Samoa, American Samoa, Wallis and Futuna 16 $43 million 3
2017–18 South Pacific cyclone season2 Fiji, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Wallis and Futuna, Samoan Islands, Tonga, Vanuatu, Rotuma 4 $285 million 11
Worldwide (See above) 142 > $309.95 billion 5557

NotesEdit

1 Only systems that formed either on or after January 1, 2017 are counted in the seasonal totals.
2 Only systems that formed either before or on December 31, 2017 are counted in the seasonal totals.
3 The wind speeds for this tropical cyclone are based on the IMD Scale which uses 3-minute sustained winds.
4 The wind speeds for this tropical cyclone are based on the Saffir Simpson Scale which uses 1-minute sustained winds.

See alsoEdit

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External linksEdit

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