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Welcome to the Hypothetical Hurricanes Wiki, a friendly community on which you can create your very own tropical cyclone seasons, made completely from your imagination, that anyone can edit!

We've been editing 9,585 articles since September 28, 2010.

This encyclonepedia, founded by Sjmaven1993 on September 28, 2010, is for tropical cyclone enthusiasts who want to make articles for all kinds of tropical cyclones, as they have come to their wonderful imagination. This wiki is where you can let your tropical cyclone-ridden mind go absolutely wild! Do whatever you want to do! Get yourself off the couch, sit down on that comfortable weatherman's chair, and make some tropical cyclones!
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Tropical Cyclone Headlines:


THE DAILY CYCLONE NEWS
13:57 UTC, June 3, 2020
NOTE: Information on this template is taken from the local Regional Specialized Meteorological Centers, who issue official warnings on tropical cyclones and possible suspect areas when needed. Please note that information on this template may be slightly out of date during busier periods of tropical cyclone activity.

Forecaster: FCX

Storms

Atlantic storms

Tropical Storm 03L (Cristobal): 50 kn (60 mph; 95 km/h) (10-min), Gusts up to 60 kn (70 mph; 110 km/h) (1-min), 994 mbar (29.35 inHg) (Advisory 7A).

Cristobal made landfall a little bit ago. How much inland Cristobal goes in will determine how much impacts the Gulf Coast sees out of the system.

Eastern/Central Pacific storms

There are no systems active in the Pacific.

Other basins

Western Pacific:

No storms are active in the West Pacific at this time.

Northern Indian:

Cyclonic Storm Nisarga: 65 kn (75 mph; 120 km/h) (10-min), Gusts up to 80 kn (90 mph; 150 km/h) (1-min), 982 mbar (29.00 inHg) (Advisory 4).

Southern Hemisphere/Australian region:

The Southern Hemisphere's season has ended, so expect a lull of activity until after November begins.

31 depressions, 29 storms, 12 cyclones, 4 majors, and 2 Category 5 storms have formed so far worldwide this year.

Countdowns

Countdown to the end of the 2020 Atlantic, Central Pacific and East Pacific hurricane seasons

November 30 2020 00:00:00

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Hurricane Hanna of CobraStrike's 2020

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