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Saffir–Simpson Hurricane Scale

StormsEdit

Malia - C3, March 25-April 4 (Out of Basin), 120 mph, 960 hPa

Agatha - C2, May 7-12, 105 mph, 962 hPa

Blas - TS, May 28-June 2, 65 mph, 998 hPa

Celia - TS, June 1-6, 55 mph, 1002 hPa

Darby - C5, June 8-September 6 (Exits basin on August 22 and re-enters August 24), 180 mph, 904 hPa

Estelle - TS, June 12-19, 60 mph, 999 hPa

Six-e - TD, June 13-15, 35 mph, 1009 hPa

Frank - C1, July 2-7, 80 mph, 978 hPa

Georgette - C1, July 5-10, 75 mph, 986 hPa

Howard - C1, July 13-15, 75 mph, 986 hPa

Ten-e - TD, July 19-20, 30 mph, 1012 hPa

Two-c - TD, July 22-23, 35 mph, 1005 hPa

Ivette - C2, July 22-26, 100 mph, 970 hPa

Javier - C4, July 23-August 12(Out of Basin), 155 mph, 923 hPa

Kay - C3, August 1-10, 115 mph, 955 hPa

Niala

Oho

Lester

Madeline

Newton

Orlene

Paine

Roslyn

Pali

21-e

Ulika

Seymour

Tina

Ian

Virgil

Winifred

Walaka

Xavier - C1, October 19-24, 80 mph, 986 hPa

Yolanda - TS, October 29-November 4, 60 mph, 998 hPa

Zeke - C3, November 5-12 (Out of Basin), 120 mph, 952 hPa

Alpha - TS, November 20-21, 40 mph, 1007 hPa

Beta - TS, December 4-8, 45 mph, 1003 hPa

Akoni - TS, December 23-27, 50 mph, 1001 hPa


Records and abnormalitiesEdit

Throughout the 2034 Pacific hurricane season, 14 records were broken as a result from an extreme super El Nino. One of these records includes the most named storms in a single Pacific hurricane season with a total of 33 storms, 23 hurricanes, 11 of which becoming major hurricanes.

Other records include:

  1. highest ACE value (421.725)
  2. most storms in Central Pacific season (5 of the 6 storms become hurricanes, 4 storms become major hurricanes, and 3 become Category 5 equivalent in the Western Pacific)
  3. strongest hurricane of the Eastern and Central Pacific (Hurricane Lester and Hurricane Pali)
  4. smallest storm diameter worldwide (Alpha, 10.4 km)
  5. greatest travel distance of a storm (Hurricane Madeline, 8,650 miles (11,025 kilometers))
  6. first known landfall to a country south of the equator in the Eastern Pacific (Tropical Storm Seymour)
  7. first known landfall to western Canada (Hurricane Darby)
  8. first season to use Greek Alphabet names
  9. largest diameter of a storm in the Eastern Pacific (Hurricane Roslyn, 2,050 miles)
  10. costliest storm worldwide (Hurricane Javier, 180 billion dollars 2022 USD)
  11. most deaths of a Eastern Pacific hurricane (Hurricane Vance, ≥2000)
  12. most crossover storms from Atlantic to Pacific (Hurricane Colin-Iris and Hurricane Ian)
  13. most storms originating in the 3 regions of the Pacific (Darby, Javier, Kay, Madeline (C5 in West Pacific), Zeke)
  14. longest active storm worldwide (Hurricane Madeline, 48 days, August 14-September 30)


Storm namesEdit

  • Agatha
  • Blas
  • Celia
  • Darby
  • Estelle
  • Frank
  • Georgette
  • Howard
  • Ivette
  • Javier
  • Kay
  • Lester
  • Madeline
  • Newton
  • Orlene
  • Paine
  • Roslyn
  • Seymour
  • Tina
  • Virgil
  • Winifred
  • Xavier
  • Yolanda
  • Zeke
  • Alpha
  • Beta
  • Malia
  • Niala
  • Oho
  • Pali
  • Ulika
  • Walaka

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