2012 Pacific typhoon season

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The 2012 Pacific typhoon season was a fairly average but destructive season, though rather active since 2004.wikipedia
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Typhoon Damrey (2012)

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Damrey developed into a typhoon in the Yellow Sea and became the most intense tropical cyclone to make landfall north of the Yangtze River since 1949.
It was the tenth named storm and the fifth typhoon of the 2012 Pacific typhoon season.

Typhoon Jelawat (2012)

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From late August to September, three very powerful typhoons, Bolaven, Sanba and Jelawat, directly hit Okinawa Island successively.
Typhoon Jelawat, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Lawin, was the most intense tropical cyclone of the 2012 Pacific typhoon season in terms of ten-minute maximum sustained winds, tied with Typhoon Sanba.

Typhoon Tembin (2012)

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Typhoon Tembin affected Taiwan twice because of its cyclonic loop.
Tembin, which means Libra in Japanese, was the eighth typhoon and the fourteenth named storm of the 2012 Pacific typhoon season.

Typhoon Sanba

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From late August to September, three very powerful typhoons, Bolaven, Sanba and Jelawat, directly hit Okinawa Island successively.
The sixteenth named storm and tenth typhoon of the annual typhoon season, Sanba formed as a tropical depression east of The Philippines on September 10. The storm gradually intensified as it moved generally northward in an area favorable for tropical development.

Typhoon Bopha

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In December, Typhoon Bopha, an unusually very low-latitude but very powerful tropical cyclone, caused catastrophic damage in Mindanao in the Philippines.
The twenty-fourth tropical storm, along with being the fourth and final super typhoon of the 2012 Pacific Typhoon season, Bopha originated unusually close to the equator, becoming the second-most southerly Category 5 super typhoon, reaching a minimum latitude of 7.4°N on December 3, 2012, as only Typhoon Louise-Marge of 1964 came closer to the equator at this strength, at 7.3°N.

2012 North Indian Ocean cyclone season

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In October, the remnants of Severe Tropical Storm Gaemi arrived at the Bay of Bengal and re-intensified into a deep depression before making landfall over Bangladesh.
The first depression of the season developed out of the remnants of Severe Tropical Storm Gaemi on October 10, 2012, very late into the 2012 cyclone season, about 350 km southeast of Kolkata, West Bengal.

Typhoon Bolaven (2012)

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From late August to September, three very powerful typhoons, Bolaven, Sanba and Jelawat, directly hit Okinawa Island successively.

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The names were taken from a list of names, that had been last used during 2008 and are scheduled to be used again during 2016.
Typhoon Chaba became the strongest typhoon to strike South Korea since 2012.

Typhoon Kai-tak (2012)

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It was the seventh typhoon and the thirteenth named storm of the 2012 Pacific typhoon season.

Typhoon Vicente

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Vicente underwent explosive intensification and made landfall over the west Pearl River Delta as a strong typhoon.
Vicente, the eighth named storm and third typhoon in the 2012 Pacific typhoon season, began life as a tropical depression on July 18, 2012 north east of the Philippines.

Typhoon Saola (2012)

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It was the ninth named storm and the fourth typhoon of the 2012 Pacific typhoon season.

Tropical Storm Khanun (2012)

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Originally Khanun's large area of convention on July 16, the JMA upgraded the system to a tropical depression on July 18. On July 20, the JTWC issued a TCFA on the system; soon, the PAGASA upgraded it to a tropical depression and named it Ferdie.

Fujiwhara effect

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During that day the depression remained near stationary, before it started during September 11 to move northwards as it directly interacted with another area of low pressure, located about 405 km to the northwest of the depression.
In August 2012, a Fujiwhara interaction occurred between Typhoon Tembin and Bolaven.

2008 Pacific typhoon season

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The names were taken from a list of names, that had been last used during 2008 and are scheduled to be used again during 2016.
The names not retired from this list will be used again in the 2012 season.

Typhoon Matsa

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During the season the names Pakhar, Doksuri, Haikui, Sanba, Maliksi and Son-Tinh were used for the first time, after they had replaced the names Matsa, Nabi, Longwang, Chanchu, Bilis and Saomai, which were retired after the 2005 and 2006 seasons.
It was first used in the 2012 season.

Typhoon Bilis

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During the season the names Pakhar, Doksuri, Haikui, Sanba, Maliksi and Son-Tinh were used for the first time, after they had replaced the names Matsa, Nabi, Longwang, Chanchu, Bilis and Saomai, which were retired after the 2005 and 2006 seasons.
Severe Tropical Storm Maliksi (2012) (T1219, 20W)

Typhoon Nabi

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During the season the names Pakhar, Doksuri, Haikui, Sanba, Maliksi and Son-Tinh were used for the first time, after they had replaced the names Matsa, Nabi, Longwang, Chanchu, Bilis and Saomai, which were retired after the 2005 and 2006 seasons.
The agency replaced it with the name Doksuri, effective January 1, 2007, and was first used during the 2012 Pacific typhoon season.

2012 Pacific hurricane season

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2012 Pacific typhoon season

Tropical Storm Halong (2008)

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The names Carina and Ferdie were used for the first time during the year after the names Cosme, and Frank were retired.
On June 2012 the name selected by PAGASA to replace Cosme was Carina, and was first used in the 2012 season.

2012–13 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season

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2011–12 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season

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Typhoon Guchol (2012)

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Typhoon Haikui

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Typhoon Haikui, although centred far away from the Philippines, killed at least 89 people in the country.