There were a total of 33 tropical cyclones in the Western Pacific in 1992. 32 of these formed within the basin, and 1 storm, Tropical Storm Ekeka, formed in the Central Pacific basin, crossing the Date Line to enter the Western Pacific. Out of the 33, 32 became named tropical storms, 21 reached typhoon intensity, and 5 reached super typhoon strength. Storms are listed in numerical ascending order by their JTWC tropical depression numbers except for Ekeka, and not in alphabetical order of names. Thus, Tropical Storm Zack (22W) is listed before Super Typhoon Yvette (23W).
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“Its the set of the soul that decides the goal,
And not the storms or the strife.”
—Ella Wheeler Wilcox (18501919)
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