Tropical Storm John

The name John has been used for six tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean and two tropical cyclones in the Southern Hemisphere. John is not to be confused with Juan, which was used in the Atlantic in 1985 and 2003.

In the Eastern Pacific:

  • 1978's Hurricane John - did not affect land
  • 1982's Hurricane John - a Category 3 hurricane, which never made landfall
  • 1988's Tropical Storm John - affected the southern tip of Baja California
  • 1994's Hurricane John (T9420, 10E) - formed near Mexico, crossed the international date line becoming Typhoon John, then crossed back. Longest lasting tropical cyclone in recorded history.
  • 2000's Tropical Storm John - did not affect land
  • 2006's Hurricane John - Made landfall on Baja California
  • 2012's Tropical Storm John - a short-lived tropical storm, did not affect land.

In the Southern Hemisphere:

  • 1989's Cyclone John - affected Cocos Island as it was developing.
  • 1999's Cyclone John - made landfall between Port Hedland and Karratha in Western Australia
Other
  • Hurricane John may also refer to John Stagikas, a wrestler whose ring name is "Hurricane" John.

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