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2019 Hypothetical Pacific Typhoon Season
First system formed May 18, hypo 2019
Last system dissipated December 25, hypo 2019
Strongest storm Garnie – 868 hPa (mbar), 335 km/h (205 mph)
Super typhoons 8
Total fatalities Unknown
Total damage Unknown
Pacific typhoon seasons
hypo 2018, hypo 2019, hypo 2020, hypo 2021, hypo 2022


The 2019 Hypothetical Pacific typhoon Season is an event in the annual cycle of tropical cyclone formation, in which tropical cyclones form in the Northwestern Pacific Ocean. The season runs throughout hypo 2019, though most tropical cyclones typically develop between May and December. The scope of this article is limited to the Pacific Ocean to the north of the equator between 100°E and 180th meridian. Within the northwestern Pacific Ocean, there are two separate agencies that assign names to tropical cyclones which can often result in a cyclone having two names. The Japan Meteorolgcal Agency (JMA) will name a tropical cyclone should it be judged to have 10-minute sustained wind speeds of at least of at least 65 km/h (40 mph) anywhere in the basin, whilst the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) assigns names to tropical cyclones which move into or form as a tropical depression in their area of responsibility located between 135°E and 115°E and between 5°N–25°N regardless of whether or not a tropical cyclone has already been given a name by the JMA. Tropical depressions that are monitored by the United States' Join Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) are given a number with a "W" suffix. The Ken’s Meteorological Center (KenMC) is also responsible for tropical cyclones within the Northwestern Pacific Ocean aside from JMA . KenMC has naming list and uses if and only if the strength of tropical cyclone is a tropical strom (63 to 117 kph) & higher intensities (>= 118 kph) similarly with JMA . Both KenMC and JMA never designated any name on tropical depression strength. KenMC uses the 1-minute average wind speed like JTWC while PAGASA uses the 10-minute average wind speed like JMA .


Note: This is a hypothetical pacific typhoon season only. This is not possible for 2019 pacific typhoon season. Number of casualties & severeness of damages are also not real and/or not possible. Please don't take it seriously. This is for fun.


Seasonal summary

Timeline of tropical activity in 2019 Hypothetical Pacific typhoon season

Date of Formation and Dissipation of Tropical Cyclones

Weather Agency Date of the first tropical cyclone formed Name of the tropical cyclone formed Intensity Date of the last tropical cyclone dissipated Name of the tropical cyclone dissipated Intensity
KenMC June 6 Annie TS December 25 Beta TS
JTWC May 18 1W TD December 25 Beta TS
JMA May 18 1W TD December 25 Beta TS
PAGASA May 23 Amang TD December 25 Beta TS

Intensities & its Abbreviations or Symbols

Symbols or Abbreviations Meaning
TD Tropical Depression
TS Tropical Storm
STS Severe Tropical Storm
TY Typhoon
STY Super Typhoon

Note: There are specific intensities for different weather agencies.

Weather Agencies Intensities
KenMC TD, TS, TY, and STY
JTWC TD, TS, TY, and STY
JMA TD, TS, STS, and TY
PAGASA TD, TS, STS, TY, and STY

List of storms

Tropical Depression 1W

Tropical Depression (JTWC)
Tropical Depression (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north 1W (hypo2019)
DurationMay 18 – May 20
Peak intensity55 kph (1-min)
1002 mbar


The remnants of 1W did not cause any flashfloods, landslides, or damages.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC N/A
JTWC Tropical Depression
JMA Tropical Depression
PAGASA N/A

Tropical Depression Amang

Tropical Depression (PAGASA)
Tropical Depression (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Amang (hypo2019)
DurationMay 23 – May 26
Peak intensity55 kph (10-min)
1004 mbar


TD Amang did not cause any flashfloods, landslides, or damages.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC N/A
JTWC N/A
JMA Tropical Depression
PAGASA Tropical Depression

Tropical Storm Annie (Malou/Betty)

Tropical Storm (KenMC)
Tropical Storm (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Annie (hypo2019)
DurationJune 6 – June 14
Peak intensity65 kph (1-min)
999 mbar


TS Annie never caused any flashfloods , landslides, or damages.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Storm
JTWC Tropical Storm
JMA Tropical Storm
PAGASA Tropical Storm

Tropical Storm Bernie (Meranti)

Tropical Storm (KenMC)
Tropical Storm (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Bernie (hypo2019)
DurationJune 15 – June 18
Peak intensity75 kph (1-min)
995 mbar


TS Bernie caused minor flashfloods & minor landslides as well as minor damages.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Storm
JTWC Tropical Storm
JMA Tropical Storm
PAGASA Tropical Storm

Tropical Storm Rai (Chedeng)

Tropical Storm (JMA)
Tropical Depression (PAGASA)
Temporary cyclone north Rai (hypo2019)
DurationJune 23 – June 27
Peak intensity65 kph (10-min)
1000 mbar


Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Depression
JTWC Tropical Depression
JMA Tropical Storm
PAGASA Tropical Depression

Typhoon Carla (Malakas/Dodong)

Category 4 Typhoon (KenMC)
Typhoon (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Carla (hypo2019)
DurationJune 30 – July 11
Peak intensity215 kph (1-min)
940 mbar


Typhoon Carla caused strong winds on the Batanes Group of Islands, Southern Taiwan, southern parts of Northern Taiwan, and Southeastern China. It also caused heavy rains in Taiwan, parts of Northern Luzon, and Southeastern China.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Category 4 Typhoon
JTWC Category 4 Typhoon
JMA Typhoon
PAGASA Typhoon

Tropical Depression 6W

Tropical Depression (JTWC)
Tropical Depression (KenMC)
Temporary cyclone north 6W (hypo2019)
DurationJuly 4 – July 8
Peak intensity55 kph (1-min)
1002 mbar


TD 6W did not affect any landmasses in any way, shape, or form.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Depression
JTWC Tropical Depression
JMA Tropical Depression
PAGASA N/A

Typhoon Darwinia (Megi/Egay)

Category 1 Typhoon (KenMC)
Typhoon (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Darwinia (hypo2019)
DurationJuly 16 – July 23
Peak intensity135 kph (1-min)
974 mbar


Typhoon Darwinia caused somewhat strong winds with damaging winds of 90-120 kph on the western portion of mainland Japan and 90-135 with gusts of 165 kph on the western Okinawa Islands. TY Darwinia was brought with light to moderate rains that could cause minor to somewhat moderate flash floods on mainland Japan. No casualties were reported.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Category 1 Typhoon
JTWC Category 1 Typhoon
JMA Typhoon
PAGASA Typhoon

Tropical Storm Chaba

Tropical Storm (JMA)
Tropical Storm (JTWC)
Temporary cyclone north Chaba (hypo2019)
DurationJuly 18 – July 26
Peak intensity65 kph (10-min)
999 mbar


Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Depression
JTWC Tropical Storm
JMA Tropical Storm
PAGASA N/A

Typhoon Eddy (Aere/Falcon)

Category 2 Typhoon (KenMC)
Typhoon (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Eddy (hypo 2019)
DurationJuly 22 – July 29
Peak intensity175 kph (1-min)
961 mbar


Typhoon Eddy caused massive flash floods and landslides on Northern and North Central Luzon, Hainan Island, and Northern Vietnam. The wind also caused damages on Cagayan (including Babuyan Group of Islands), Apayao, Ilocos Norte, Hainan Island, and Northern Vietnam. There are some casualties on these areas above mentioned.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Category 2 Typhoon
JTWC Category 2 Typhoon
JMA Typhoon
PAGASA Typhoon

Super Typhoon Faston (Songda/Goring)

Category 5 Super Typhoon (KenMC)
Typhoon (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Faston (hypo2019)
DurationJuly 25 – August 10
Peak intensity280 kph (1-min)
905 mbar


Super Typhoon Faston caused damages on the smaller islands (part of Japan) just south of mainland Japan and generated high sea waves or tidal waves or storm surges across the northern and eastern coasts of Luzon (except the eastern coast of Bicol Region), eastern coast of Taiwan, coasts of Okinawa, Ryuku Islands, southern coast of mainland Japan, and the coasts of Iwo To.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Category 5 Super Typhoon
JTWC Category 5 Super Typhoon
JMA Typhoon
PAGASA Super Typhoonn

Super Typhoon Garnie (Sarika)

Category 5 Super Typhoon (KenMC)
Typhoon (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Garnie (hypo2019)
DurationJuly 26 – August 15
Peak intensity335 kph (1-min)
868 mbar


Super Typhoon Garnet has a maximum sustained wind speed of 335 kph near the center and gusty winds of 410 kph and has the lowest air pressure of 868 mbar or hPa. This is the strongest storm not only this season but also in history. Despite the storm not making landfall on any landmass including islands, it caused high sea waves or tidal waves or storm surges across the Marianas Islands including Guam, Iwo To Islands and southern & eastern coasts of Japan.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Category 5 Super Typhoon
JTWC Category 5 Super Typhoon
JMA Typhoon
PAGASA N/A

Tropical Storm Haima (Hanna)

Tropical Storm (JMA)
Tropical Storm (PAGASA)
Temporary cyclone north Hanna (hypo2019)
DurationAugust 14 – August 18
Peak intensity65 kph (10-min)
999 mbar


TS Haima did not cause any flashfloods & landslides nor damages and is intercepted & absorbed by Super Typhoon Han.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Depression
JTWC Tropical Storm
JMA Tropical Storm
PAGASA Tropical Storm

Super Typhoon Han (Meari/Ineng)

Category 4 Super Typhoon (KenMC)
Typhoon (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Han (hypo2019)
DurationAugust 12 – August 21
Peak intensity250 kph (1-min)
922 mbar


Super Typhoon Han landfalls over Northeastern Cagayan, Babuyan Group of Islands, Batanes Group of Islands, Taiwan, southernmost part of [South] Korea, and parts of mainland Japan which brings heavy rains and strong winds especially over Cagayan, Babuyan Group of Islands, Batanes Group of Islands and Taiwan. It caused moderate to heavy rains over the above mentioned areas plus rest of Luzon, Visayas, easternmost part of China, and rest of [South] Korea.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Category 4 Super Typhoon
JTWC Category 4 Super Typhoon
JMA Typhoon
PAGASA Typhoon


Super Typhoon Iris (Ma-On/Jenny)

Category 5 Super Typhoon (KenMC)
Typhoon (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Iris2 (hypo2019)
DurationAugust 17 – August 31
Peak intensity285 kph (1-min)
899 mbar


Super Typhoon Iris caused strong winds on Batanes Group of Islands (Philippines), portions of Hainan Island, and southeastern portions of mainland China. It also caused heavy / torrential rains on the Philippines (via circulation for some portions and Southwest Monsoon on other portions), Taiwan, portions of rest of SE Asia and portions of mainland China.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Category 5 Super Typhoon
JTWC Category 5 Super Typhoon
JMA Typhoon
PAGASA Typhoon


Typhoon Jonathan (Tokage)

Category 4 Typhoon (KenMC)
Typhoon (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Iris (hypo2019)
DurationAugust 17 – August 26
Peak intensity220 kph (1-min)
940 mbar


Typhoon Jonathan caused strong winds on Guam and rest of southern Marianas Group of Islands (of 140 kph).

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Category 4 Typhoon
JTWC Category 4 Typhoon
JMA Typhoon
PAGASA N/A


Tropical Storm Ken (Muifa/Kabayan)

Tropical Storm (KenMC)
Tropical Storm (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Ken (hypo2019)
DurationSeptember 7 – September 11
Peak intensity65 kph (1-min)
1000 mbar


TS Ken did not cause any flashfloods & landslides nor damages.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Storm
JTWC Tropical Storm
JMA Tropical Storm
PAGASA Tropical Storm

Tropical Storm Leslie (Merbok)

Tropical Storm (KenMC)
Tropical Storm (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Leslie (hypo2019)
DurationSeptember 14 – September 16
Peak intensity65 kph (1-min)
1000 mbar


TS Leslie did not cause any flashfloods & landslides nor damages. TS Ken and TS Leslie are different tropical cyclones/systems. "Ken" didn't regenerate into "Leslie".

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Storm
JTWC Tropical Storm
JMA Tropical Storm
PAGASA N/A

Super Typhoon Mirza (Nanmadol)

Category 5 Super Typhoon (KenMC)
Typhoon (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Mirza (hypo2019)
DurationSeptember 19 – October 1
Peak intensity295 kph (1-min)
896 mbar


Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Category 5 Super Typhoon
JTWC Category 5 Super Typhoon
JMA Typhoon
PAGASA N/A

Super Typhoon Nicole (Talas/Liwayway)

Category 5 Super Typhoon (KenMC)
Typhoon (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Nicole (hypo2019)
DurationOctober 3 – October 9
Peak intensity275 kph (1-min)
911 mbar


STY Nicole wreaked havoc the Philippines (specifically Central and Southern Luzon) and Vietnam. Floods are also dumped across Cambodia, parts of Laos and parts of Thailand.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Category 5 Super Typhoon
JTWC Category 5 Super Typhoon
JMA Typhoon
PAGASA Typhoon


Tropical Storm Oklo (Noru/Marilyn)

Tropical Storm (KenMC)
Tropical Storm (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Oklo (hypo2019)
DurationOctober 8 – October 15
Peak intensity75 kph (1-min)
990 mbar


TS Oklo caused minor flashfloods & landslides or damages.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Storm
JTWC Tropical Storm
JMA Tropical Storm
PAGASA Tropical Storm


Tropical Storm Kulap

Tropical Storm (JMA)
Tropical Depression (KenMC)
Temporary cyclone north Kulap and Roke (hypo2019)
DurationOctober 13 – October 16
Peak intensity65 kph (10-min)
1000 mbar


Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Depression
JTWC Tropical Storm
JMA Tropical Storm
PAGASA N/A


Tropical Storm Roke

Tropical Storm (JMA)
Tropical Depression (KenMC)
Temporary cyclone north Kulap and Roke (hypo2019)
DurationOctober 13 – October 16
Peak intensity65 kph (10-min)
1000 mbar


Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Depression
JTWC Tropical Storm
JMA Tropical Storm
PAGASA N/A


Tropical Storm 23W

Tropical Storm (JTWC)
Tropical Depression (KenMC)
Temporary cyclone north 23W (hypo2019)
DurationOctober 18 – October 20
Peak intensity65 kph (1-min)
1000 mbar


Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Depression
JTWC Tropical Storm
JMA Tropical Depression
PAGASA N/A


Super Typhoon Percy (Sonca/Nimfa)

Category 5 Super Typhoon (KenMC)
Typhoon (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Percy (hypo2019)
DurationOctober 21 – November 2
Peak intensity300 kph (1-min)
889 mbar


STY Percy worsened the destruction after STY Nicole wreaked havoc on the Philippines (specifically most parts of Luzon and Northern parts of Visayas), Vietnam, Cambodia, parts of Laos and parts of Thailand.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Category 5 Super Typhoon
JTWC Category 5 Super Typhoon
JMA Typhoon
PAGASA Super Typhoon


Tropical Storm Riza (Nesat/Onyok)

Tropical Storm (KenMC)
Tropical Storm (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Riza (hypo2019)
DurationNovember 2 – November 5
Peak intensity65 kph (1-min)
999 mbar


TS Riza caused light rains on the Philippines (specifically on Northern and Central Luzon, Northern Quezon, NCR, and Rizal), Northern Vietnam, and portions of Southeastern China) but no damage nor any floods and landslides.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Storm
JTWC Tropical Storm
JMA Tropical Storm
PAGASA Tropical Storm


Super Typhoon Samantha (Haitang/Perla)

Category 5 Super Typhoon (KenMC)
Typhoon (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Samantha (hypo2019)
DurationNovember 6 – November 19 (exit basin)
Peak intensity290 kph (1-min)
897 mbar


Super Typhoon Samantha caused moderate to extensive damages and numbers of deaths across the Southern Luzon, portions of Central Luzon, Northern and Eastern Visayas (Philippines), portions of Cambodia and Southern Thailand.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Category 5 Super Typhoon
JTWC Category 5 Super Typhoon
JMA Typhoon
PAGASA Super Typhoon


Typhoon Thor (Nalgae/Quiel)

Category 1 Typhoon (KenMC)
Severe Tropical Storm (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Thor (hypo2019)
DurationNovember 17 – November 20
Peak intensity120 kph or 110 kph (1-min or 10-min)
979 mbar


Typhoon Thor caused no to minor damages across Central and Southern Luzon (Philippines), Vietnam and portions of Laos.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Category 1 Typhoon
JTWC Category 1 Typhoon
JMA Severe Tropical Storm
PAGASA Severe Tropical Storm


Tropical Storm Vaughnie (Banyan)

Tropical Storm (KenMC)
Tropical Storm (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Vaughnie (hypo2019)
DurationNovember 25 – November 27
Peak intensity65 kph (1-min)
999 mbar


Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Storm
JTWC Tropical Storm
JMA Tropical Storm
PAGASA N/A


Unknown Central Pacific Tropical Cyclone 1

Category 1 Typhoon (KenMC)
Typhoon (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Unknown Central Pacific TC 1 (hypo2019)
DurationNovember 29 (entered basin) – December 4
Peak intensity130 kph (1-min)
977 mbar


A tropical cyclone (at category 1 hurricane intensity) entered the Northwestern Pacific Basin from North Central Pacific Basin and change(d) the term of tropical cyclone from hurricane to (as) typhoon.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Category 1 Typhoon
JTWC Category 1 Typhoon
JMA Typhoon
PAGASA N/A


Tropical Storm Wilda (Hato)

Tropical Storm (KenMC)
Tropical Storm (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Wilda (hypo2019)
DurationDecember 5 – December 8
Peak intensity75 kph (1-min)
992 mbar


Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Storm
JTWC Tropical Storm
JMA Tropical Storm
PAGASA N/A


Tropical Storm Alpha (Pakhar/Ramon)

Tropical Storm (KenMC)
Tropical Storm (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Alpha (hypo2019)
DurationDecember 5 – December 8
Peak intensity65 kph (1-min)
1000 mbar


TS Alpha did not cause any damages and no deaths reported. TS Alpha caused no to light rains only.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Storm
JTWC Tropical Storm
JMA Tropical Storm
PAGASA Tropical Storm

Tropical Storm Beta (Sanvu/Sarah)

Tropical Storm (KenMC)
Tropical Storm (JMA)
Temporary cyclone north Beta (hypo2019)
DurationDecember 19 – December 25
Peak intensity85 kph (1-min)
987 mbar


TS Beta did not cause any damages and no deaths reported. TS Beta caused no to light rains only.

Weather Agency Intensity
KenMC Tropical Storm
JTWC Tropical Storm
JMA Tropical Storm
PAGASA Tropical Storm

Storm Names

KenMC's Naming List

I will name the tropical cyclone if the strength is a tropical strom (63 kph to 117 kph) & higher intensities (>= 118 kph).

  • Annie
  • Bernie
  • Carla
  • Darwinia
  • Eddy
  • Faston
  • Garnie
  • Han
  • Iris
  • Jonathan
  • Ken
  • Leslie
  • Mirza
  • Nicole
  • Oklo
  • Percy
  • Riza
  • Samantha
  • Thor
  • Vaughnie
  • Wilda

If all of the names on a list are used, storms are named after the letters of the Greek alphabet.

  • Alpha
  • Beta

Tropical cyclones from other basins:

  • Unknown Central Pacific tropical cyclone 1

Legends and/or Notes:

1. Bold-italic names are retired names due to moderate to catastrophic damage and/or moderate to large number of casualties despite of any intensity of a tropical cyclone despite of the intensity of the tropical cyclone, strongest tropical cyclone of the season with moderate to catastrophic damage and/or moderate to large number of casualties and one of the strongest tropical cyclones of all time with or without moderate to catastrophic damage and/or moderate to large number of casualties except with asterisk due to being Greek letters.

2. Italicized Name/s is/are retired name/s due to special name/s.

3. This is not true. This is a hypothetical pacific typhoon season only. This is not possible for 2019 pacific typhoon season. Number of casualties & severeness of damages are also not real and/or not possible. Please don't take it seriously. This is for fun.

Retirement of Names:

Tropical cyclones (names: Carla, Eddy, Han, Iris, Nicole, Percy, and Samantha) caused moderate to catastrophic damage and/or moderate to large number of casualties despite of any intensity of a tropical cyclone despite of the intensity of the tropical cyclone, strongest tropical cyclone of the season with moderate to catastrophic damage and/or moderate to large number of casualties and one of the strongest tropical cyclones of all time. Garnie, Iris, Mirza, Percy, and Samantha are the one of the strongest tropical cyclones of all time but only Garnie don't have any damages and casualties.

These names (Carla, Eddy, Garnie, Han, Iris, Mirza, Nicole, Percy, and Samantha) are replaced by these new names (Connie, Ervin, Greg, Henrik, Iro, Melito, Nerlon, Peridot, and Sadie) respectively.

Leslie and Riza are also replaced due to special names. (replaced by Lars and Rigby).

The name 'Garnet' has been used since hypo 2016. Due to being special name, 'Garnet' is replaced by 'Garnie' from hypo 2016 until its retirement year of hypo 2019 which replaced by 'Greg' for the next season (hypo 2020).

See Retired Names (by KenMC)

JMA's Naming List

JMA will name the tropical cyclone if the strength is a tropical strom (63 kph to 117 kph) & higher intensities (>= 118 kph). No retirement of the names from JMA unless the retirement of these names are based from JMA's naming list in reality although if it is used names, unused names or not used by me).

  • Malou
  • Meranti
  • Rai
  • Malakas
  • Megi
  • Chaba
  • Aere
  • Songda
  • Sarika
  • Haima
  • Meari
  • Ma-On
  • Tokage
  • Muifa
  • Merbok
  • Nanmadol
  • Talas
  • Noru
  • Kulap
  • Roke
  • Sonca
  • Nesat
  • Haitang
  • Nalgae
  • Banyan
  • Hato
  • Pakhar
  • Sanvu

Tropical cyclones from other basins:

  • Unknown Central Pacific tropical cyclone 1

PAGASA's Naming List

PAGASA uses its own naming scheme for tropical cyclones within its area of responsibility. PAGASA will name the tropical cyclone by starting into a tropical depression (45 kph to 62 kph) and higher intensities (>=63 kph).

  • Amang
  • Betty
  • Chedeng
  • Dodong
  • Egay
  • Falcon
  • Goring
  • Hanna
  • Ineng
  • Jenny
  • Kabayan
  • Liwayway
  • Marilyn
  • Nimfa
  • Onyok
  • Perla
  • Quiel
  • Ramon
  • Sarah
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