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2003 Equestria Hurricane Season
First system formed March 4, 2003
Last system dissipated Season still active
Strongest storm Applejack – 589 mbar (hPa), 2300 mph (3705 km/h)
Total depressions 70 (Estimated)
Total storms 70 (Estimated)
Hurricanes 67 (Estimated)
Major hurricanes (Cat. 3+) 59 (Estimated)
Total fatalities Let's just say a lot
Total damage $700 Quadrillion (2014 USD)














List of Storm Names

Please do not add more than one list, for this season will have about 70 storms only. (26/70 names in list)

  • Applejack
  • Fluttershy (unused)
  • Pinkie Pie (unused)
  • Rainbow Dash (unused)
  • Rarity (unused)
  • Twilight Sparkle (unused)
  • Apple Bloom (unused)
  • Scootaloo (unused)
  • Sweetie Belle (unused)
  • Celestia (unused)
  • Luna (unused)
  • Cadance (unused)
  • Shining Armor (unused)
  • Sombra (unused)
  • Chrysalis (unused)
  • Flash Sentry (unused)
  • Zecora (unused)
  • Spitfire (unused)
  • Soarin' (unused)
  • Gilda (unused)
  • Pinkamena (unused)
  • Sunset Shimmer (unused)
  • Granny Smith (unused)
  • Big Macintosh (unused)
  • Flim (unused)
  • Flam (unused)







NDB's scale to follow for Cat.6+ storms

This is optional, but I made a scale to help organize storm categories by wind speed.

  • Cat. 6: 165-190 km.
  • Cat. 7: 192.5-220 km.
  • Cat. 8: 222.5-260 km.
  • Cat. 9: 262.5-330 km.
  • Cat. 10: 332.5-435 km.
  • Hypercane: 437.5-520 km.
  • Super Hypercane: 522.5-650 km.
  • Megacane: 652.5-870 km.
  • Category 2 Megacane: 872.5-1085 km.
  • Category 3 Megacane- 1087.5-1390 km.
  • Superstorm: 1392.5-1740 km.
  • Infastorm: 1742.5-13035 km.
  • Mini black hole: 13037.5- 43450 km.
  • Super Mini Black hole- 43452.5- 130345 km.
  • Hyper Mini Black Hole- >130347.5 km.




Infinite Storm Applejack

Infinite Storm
Hurricane - Arial View 
DurationMarch 4 – April 14
Peak intensity2300 mph (3705 km/h) (1-min)  589 mbar (hPa)
This deadly storm destroyed the east coast of Equestria.
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