Typhoon Chuck

The name Chuck has been used for two tropical cyclones in the western Pacific Ocean.

  • Typhoon Chuck (1992) (T9204, 03W, Biring), killed from 22 to 142 people in Hainan, northern Vietnam, and aboard ships
  • Tropical Storm Chuck (1995) (T9501, 02W), passed through Micronesia without impact

Other articles related to "typhoon chuck, typhoon":

1992 Pacific Typhoon Season - Storms - Typhoon Chuck (Biring)
... Typhoon (JMA) Category 1 typhoon (SSHS) Duration June 21 – July 1 Peak intensity 130 km/h (80 mph), 965 mbar (hPa) When 90 mph (140 km/h) Typhoon Chuck ... At least seven people were killed by Typhoon Chuck and nine others were reported missing ...

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