2003–04 South-West Indian Ocean Cyclone Season - Storm Names

Storm Names

A tropical disturbance is named when it reaches moderate tropical storm strength. If a tropical disturbance reaches moderate tropical storm status west of 55°E, then the Sub-regional Tropical Cyclone Advisory Centre in Madagascar assigns the appropriate name to the storm. If a tropical disturbance reaches moderate tropical storm status between 55°E and 90°E, then the Sub-regional Tropical Cyclone Advisory Centre in Mauritius assigns the appropriate name to the storm. A new annual list is used every year so no names are retired.

  • Abaimba
  • Beni
  • Cela
  • Darius
  • Elita
  • Frank
  • Gafilo
  • Helma
  • Itseng
  • Juba
  • Katiba (unused)
  • Lenny (unused)
  • Moingaza (unused)
  • Naledi (unused)
  • Olie (unused)
  • Patou (unused)
  • Quilmane (unused)
  • Ralph (unused)
  • Sefate (unused)
  • Tom (unused)
  • Umuri (unused)
  • Valletta (unused)
  • Wells (unused)
  • Xavier (unused)
  • Yvonne (unused)
  • Zuri (unused)

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