1993 Pacific Typhoon Season - 1993 Storm Names

1993 Storm Names

Western North Pacific tropical cyclones were named by the Joint Typhoon Warning Center. The first storm of 1993 was named Irma and the final one was named Nell.

  • Angela
  • Brian
  • Colleen
  • Dan
  • Elsie
  • Forrest
  • Gay
  • Hunt
  • Irma 2W
  • Jack 5W
  • Koryn 6W
  • Lewis 8W
  • Marian 9W
  • Nathan 10W
  • Ofelia 11W
  • Percy 12W
  • Robyn 13W
  • Steve 14W
  • Tasha 16W
  • Vernon 17W
  • Winona 18W
  • Yancy 19W
  • Zola 20W
  • Abe 21W
  • Becky 22W
  • Cecil 23W
  • Dot 24W
  • Ed 25W
  • Flo 26W
  • Gene 27W
  • Hattie 29W
  • Ira 30W
  • Jeana 31W
  • Kyle 35W
  • Lola 36W
  • Manny 37W
  • Nell 38W
  • Owen
  • Page
  • Russ
  • Sharon
  • Tim
  • Vanessa
  • Walt
  • Yunya
  • Zeke
  • Amy
  • Brendan
  • Caitlin
  • Doug
  • Ellie
  • Fred
  • Gladys
  • Harry
  • Ivy
  • Joel
  • Kinna
  • Luke
  • Melissa
  • Nat
  • Orchid
  • Pat
  • Ruth
  • Seth
  • Teresa
  • Verne
  • Wilda
  • Yuri
  • Zelda
  • Axel
  • Bobbi
  • Chuck
  • Deanna
  • Eli
  • Faye
  • Gary
  • Helen
  • Irving
  • Janis
  • Kent
  • Lois
  • Mark
  • Nina
  • Oscar
  • Polly
  • Ryan
  • Sibyl
  • Ted
  • Val
  • Ward
  • Yvette
  • Zack

One central Pacific storm, Hurricane Keoni, crossed into this basin. It became Typhoon Keoni, keeping its original name and "C" suffix.

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