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No active systems.

East Pacific

Tropical Storm Vicente
October 22, 2018 05:00 AM
Latitude: 14.1Longitude: -99.7
Winds: 45 mphAdvisory: 12
Pressure: 1004 mbCategory: TS
Moving: W at 10 mph
Peak Intensity
Classified: October 19, 2018
Identifier: EP23Status: Active
Category: TSWind speed: 49 mph
Pressure (MB): 1002 mbPressure (IN): 29.59 IN
Occurred: October 20, 2018 05:00 PM

Hurricane Willa
October 22, 2018 08:00 AM
Latitude: 18.7Longitude: -107.3
Winds: 155 mphAdvisory: 9A
Pressure: 931 mbCategory: H4
Moving: N at 7 mph
Peak Intensity
Classified: October 20, 2018
Identifier: EP24Status: Active
Category: H4Wind speed: 155 mph
Pressure (MB): 931 MBPressure (IN): 27.49 IN
Occurred: October 22, 2018 02:00 AM

Central Pacific

No active systems.

West Pacific

Tropical Storm Yutu
October 22, 2018 05:00 AM
Latitude: 9.8Longitude: 155.0
Winds: 46 mphAdvisory: 4
Pressure: N/ACategory: TS
Moving: NW at 14 mph
Peak Intensity
Classified: October 21, 2018
Identifier: 31Status: Active
Category: TSWind speed: 46 mph
Pressure (MB): N/APressure (IN): N/A
Occurred: October 22, 2018 05:00 AM

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2018 Atlantic Names

Name:Peak Intensity:Status:Start Date:End Date:Minimum Pressure:Maximum Winds:
AlbertoTropical StormNot ActiveMay 25, 2018May 29, 2018
990mb
63mph
ChrisCategory 2Not ActiveJuly 06, 2018July 12, 2018
970mb
104mph
BerylCategory 1Not ActiveJuly 05, 2018July 16, 2018
994mb
81mph
DebbyTropical StormNot ActiveAugust 07, 2018August 09, 2018
1000mb
52mph
ErnestoTropical StormNot ActiveAugust 15, 2018August 18, 2018
999mb
46mph
FlorenceCategory 4Not ActiveAugust 30, 2018September 18, 2018
941mb
138mph
GordonTropical StormNot ActiveSeptember 02, 2018September 07, 2018
999mb
69mph
HeleneCategory 2Not ActiveSeptember 07, 2018September 16, 2018
966mb
109mph
IsaacCategory 1Not ActiveSeptember 07, 2018September 17, 2018
993mb
75mph
JoyceTropical StormNot ActiveSeptember 12, 2018September 18, 2018
997mb
52mph
ElevenTropical DepressionNot ActiveSeptember 21, 2018September 23, 2018
1007mb
35mph
KirkTropical StormNot ActiveSeptember 22, 2018September 28, 2018
998mb
58mph
NadineTropical StormNot ActiveOctober 09, 2018October 12, 2018
997mb
63mph
LeslieCategory 1Not ActiveSeptember 23, 2018October 13, 2018
969mb
92mph
MichaelCategory 4Not ActiveOctober 06, 2018October 12, 2018
919mb
155mph

2018 East Pacific Names

Name:Peak Intensity:Status:Start Date:End Date:Minimum Pressure:Maximum Winds:
HectorCategory 4Not ActiveJuly 31, 2018August 16, 2018
936mb
155mph
GilmaTropical StormNot ActiveJuly 26, 2018July 30, 2018
1006mb
40mph
MiriamCategory 2Not ActiveAugust 26, 2018September 03, 2018
974mb
98mph
LaneCategory 5Not ActiveAugust 14, 2018August 29, 2018
926mb
161mph
NormanCategory 4Not ActiveAugust 28, 2018September 08, 2018
937mb
150mph
OliviaCategory 4Not ActiveAugust 31, 2018September 18, 2018
1006mb
40mph
AlettaCategory 4Not ActiveJune 05, 2018June 11, 2018
943mb
138mph
BudCategory 4Not ActiveJune 09, 2018June 15, 2018
948mb
132mph
CarlottaTropical StormNot ActiveJune 14, 2018June 18, 2018
997mb
63mph
EmiliaTropical StormNot ActiveJune 27, 2018July 01, 2018
997mb
58mph
OneTropical DepressionNot ActiveMay 10, 2018May 11, 2018
1006mb
35mph
DanielTropical StormNot ActiveJune 23, 2018June 26, 2018
1003mb
46mph
NineTropical DepressionNot ActiveJuly 26, 2018July 27, 2018
1008mb
35mph
IleanaTropical StormNot ActiveAugust 04, 2018August 07, 2018
998mb
63mph
KristyTropical StormNot ActiveAugust 06, 2018August 11, 2018
991mb
69mph
JohnCategory 2Not ActiveAugust 05, 2018August 10, 2018
967mb
109mph
FabioCategory 2Not ActiveJune 30, 2018July 06, 2018
964mb
109mph
NineteenTropical DepressionNot ActiveSeptember 19, 2018September 20, 2018
1002mb
35mph
PaulTropical StormNot ActiveSeptember 08, 2018September 12, 2018
1002mb
46mph
RosaCategory 4Not ActiveSeptember 25, 2018October 02, 2018
940mb
144mph
SergioCategory 4Not ActiveSeptember 29, 2018October 12, 2018
943mb
138mph
TaraTropical StormNot ActiveOctober 14, 2018October 16, 2018
995mb
63mph
VicenteTropical StormActiveOctober 19, 2018
1002mb
49mph
WillaCategory 4ActiveOctober 20, 2018
931mb
155mph
CategorySustained WindsTypes of Damage Due to Hurricane Winds
174 - 95 mphVery dangerous winds will produce some damage: Well-constructed frame homes could have damage to roof, shingles, vinyl siding and gutters. Large branches of trees will snap and shallowly rooted trees may be toppled. Extensive damage to power lines and poles likely will result in power outages that could last a few to several days.
296 - 110 mphExtremely dangerous winds will cause extensive damage: Well-constructed frame homes could sustain major roof and siding damage. Many shallowly rooted trees will be snapped or uprooted and block numerous roads. Near-total power loss is expected with outages that could last from several days to weeks.
3111 - 129 mphDevastating damage will occur: Well-built framed homes may incur major damage or removal of roof decking and gable ends. Many trees will be snapped or uprooted, blocking numerous roads. Electricity and water will be unavailable for several days to weeks after the storm passes.
4130 - 156 mphCatastrophic damage will occur: Well-built framed homes can sustain severe damage with loss of most of the roof structure and/or some exterior walls. Most trees will be snapped or uprooted and power poles downed. Fallen trees and power poles will isolate residential areas. Power outages will last weeks to possibly months. Most of the area will be uninhabitable for weeks or months.
5157+ mphCatastrophic damage will occur: A high percentage of framed homes will be destroyed, with total roof failure and wall collapse. Fallen trees and power poles will isolate residential areas. Power outages will last for weeks to possibly months. Most of the area will be uninhabitable for weeks or months.
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