Typhoon Chan-hom was a very deadly typhoon for Japan and Guam the storm killed 900
Meteorology History Edit
|Category 5 Super Typhoon|
Chan-hom at Peak intensity.
|Accumulated Cyclone Energy||98.6 units|
|Highest winds|| 190 |
|Damages||17 billion USD|
| Part of the|
2019 Pacific Typhoon Season
On June 28 a invest formed the next day into intensified into stronger storm the next it was named Chan-hom the storm later rapidly strengthened into a Category 1 Typhoon and Struck Guam later, it rapidly intensified into a Category 5 Typhoon before later rapidly weakened into a weak cat4 before striking Japan and rapidly weakened into a depression and dissipating.
In spring of 2020 the WMO retired the name Chan-hom it was replaced by the name Hai-Mai
in Winter of 2019 the PAGASA announced that the name Falcon would be stricken of the list although the storm didn`t affect the Philippines. Because the storm did major damage to Guam and Japan the PAGASA retired the name anyway due to damage in Guam and Japan. the name Faye was chosen to replace Falcon for the 2024 Season