The name Bavi has been used to name two tropical cyclones in the western north Pacific Ocean. The name was contributed by Vietnam and refers to a mountain chain in northern Viet Nam.
- Typhoon Bavi (2002) (T0222, 26W)
- Tropical Storm Bavi (2008) (T0818, 23W)
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13 0000 UTC, (0800 UTC+8) – The JMA reports that a tropical depression has formed about 400 km (250 mi), to the southeast of Hà Nội in Vietnam. 0600 UTC, (1400 UTC+8) – The CMA starts to monitor the tropical depression. 1200 UTC, (2000 UTC+8) – The JTWC designates the tropical depression, as Tropical Depression 22W ...
... Tropical storm (JMA) Tropical storm (SSHS) Duration October 18 – October 21 Peak intensity 85 km/h (50 mph) 992 mbar (hPa) On October 18 an area of low pressure well to the southeast of Japan quickly ... Bavi strengthened to gain 50 mph (80 km/h) winds, but transitioned into an extra-tropical cyclone on 21 October, while still well to the east of Japan ...
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