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2018 EAST PACIFIC SEASONAL SUMMARY

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The Eastern Pacific basin is the second most active basin.

Ended May 11, 2018

Tropical Depression One-E was the 1st storm of the season. Over 4 days in May it reached max winds of 35mph.

Ended Jun 10, 2018

Hurricane Aletta was the 2nd storm of the season. Over 5 days in June it reached max winds of 140mph.

Ended Jun 15, 2018

Hurricane Bud was the 3rd storm of the season. Over 9 days in June it reached max winds of 135mph.

Ended Jun 18, 2018

Tropical Storm Carlotta was the 4th storm of the season. Over 7 days in June it reached max winds of 65mph.

Ended Jun 26, 2018

Tropical Storm Daniel was the 5th storm of the season. Over 3 days in June it reached max winds of 45mph.

Ended Jul 01, 2018

Tropical Storm Emilia was the 6th storm of the season. Over 4 days between June and July it reached max winds of 60mph.

Ended Jul 06, 2018

Hurricane Fabio was the 7th storm of the season. Over 10 days between June and July it reached max winds of 110mph.

Ended Jul 30, 2018

Tropical Storm Gilma was the 8th storm of the season. Over 3 days in July it reached max winds of 40mph.

Ended Jul 28, 2018

Tropical Depression Nine was the 9th storm of the season. Over 1 days in July it reached max winds of 35mph.

Ended Aug 14, 2018

Hurricane Hector was the 10th storm of the season. Over 16 days between July and August it reached max winds of 155mph.

Ended Aug 07, 2018

Tropical Storm Ileana was the 11th storm of the season. Over 3 days in August it reached max winds of 65mph.

Ended Aug 10, 2018

Hurricane John was the 12th storm of the season. Over 5 days in August it reached max winds of 105mph.

Ended Aug 08, 2018

Tropical Storm Kristy was the 13th storm of the season. Over 12 days between July and August it reached max winds of 50mph.

Ended Aug 29, 2018

Hurricane Lane was the 14th storm of the season. Over 18 days in August it reached max winds of 160mph.

Ended Sep 03, 2018

Hurricane Miriam was the 15th storm of the season. Over 10 days between August and September it reached max winds of 100mph.

Ended Sep 09, 2018

Hurricane Norman was the 16th storm of the season. Over 11 days between August and September it reached max winds of 150mph.

Ended Sep 14, 2018

Hurricane Olivia was the 17th storm of the season. Over 16 days between August and September it reached max winds of 135mph.

Ended Sep 11, 2018

Tropical Storm Paul was the 18th storm of the season. Over 7 days in September it reached max winds of 45mph.

Ended Sep 20, 2018

Tropical Depression Nineteen-E was the 19th storm of the season. Over 6 days in September it reached max winds of 35mph.

Ended Oct 02, 2018

Hurricane Rosa was the 20th storm of the season. Over 10 days between September and October it reached max winds of 145mph.

Ended Oct 12, 2018

Hurricane Sergio was the 21st storm of the season. Over 16 days between September and October it reached max winds of 140mph.

Ended Oct 16, 2018

Tropical Storm Tara was the 22nd storm of the season. Over 3 days in October it reached max winds of 65mph.

Ended Oct 23, 2018

Tropical Storm Vicente was the 23rd storm of the season. Over 5 days in October it reached max winds of 50mph.

Ended Oct 24, 2018

Hurricane Willa was the 24th storm of the season. Over 4 days in October it reached max winds of 160mph.

Ended Nov 05, 2018

Tropical Storm Xavier was the 25th storm of the season. Over 3 days in November it reached max winds of 60mph.

Future Storm
Yolanda

This is the 23rd named storm of the season.

Future Storm
Zeke

This is the 24th named storm of the season.

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