2008 Pacific Typhoon Season - Seasonal Forecasts - National Meteorological Service Predictions

National Meteorological Service Predictions

As the name Frank was retired from PAGASA's naming lists they also released a prediction stating that there would be 16 more Tropical cyclones of any strength to pass through PAGASA'S area of responsibility which added to the six that had already moved through PAGASA's area of responsibility brought a total of 22 cyclones to pass through the PAGASA's area of responsibility during 2008.

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