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2017 EAST PACIFIC SEASONAL SUMMARY

  • TOTAL

    3

    Storms

  • ACTIVE

    0

    Storms

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The Eastern Pacific basin is the second most active basin.

Ended May 11, 2017

Tropical Storm Post-Tropical Cyclone Adrian was the 1st storm of the season. Over 3 days in May it reached max winds of 45mph.

Ended Jun 02, 2017

Tropical Storm Post-Tropical Cyclone Beatriz was the 2nd storm of the season. Over 7 days between May and June it reached max winds of 45mph.

Ended Jun 13, 2017

Tropical Storm Tropical Depression Calvin was the 3rd storm of the season. Over 2 days in June it reached max winds of 40mph.

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Agatha

This is the 1st named storm of the season.

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Blas

This is the 2nd named storm of the season.

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Celia

This is the 3rd named storm of the season.

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Darby

This is the 4th named storm of the season.

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Estelle

This is the 5th named storm of the season.

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Frank

This is the 6th named storm of the season.

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Georgette

This is the 7th named storm of the season.

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Howard

This is the 8th named storm of the season.

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Ivette

This is the 9th named storm of the season.

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Javier

This is the 10th named storm of the season.

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Kay

This is the 11th named storm of the season.

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Lester

This is the 12th named storm of the season.

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Madeline

This is the 13th named storm of the season.

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Newton

This is the 14th named storm of the season.

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Orlene

This is the 15th named storm of the season.

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Paine

This is the 16th named storm of the season.

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Roslyn

This is the 17th named storm of the season.

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Seymour

This is the 18th named storm of the season.

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Tina

This is the 19th named storm of the season.

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Virgil

This is the 20th named storm of the season.

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Winifred

This is the 21st named storm of the season.

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Xavier

This is the 22nd named storm of the season.

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Yolanda

This is the 23rd named storm of the season.

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Zeke

This is the 24th named storm of the season.

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