There was one indirect death related to the flooding, due to an ambulance not being able to reach an elderly woman. Helena was retired in 1963. They were replaced by Ethera, Gerda and Kory. By August 28, the system consisted of a circulation with only weak associated convection. The season was officially to begin on June 15, 1959 and last until November 15, 1959, the period of each year when most tropical cyclones form in the Atlantic basin, however in actuality the season began early when Tropical Storm Arlene formed on May 28. The first of two hurricane landfalls, Hurricane Valerie, struck northwestern Mexico in June. [3] Hurricane Doreen was responsible for light rainfall in the U.S. states of Arizona, New Mexico, and West Texas.[8]. Santa Rosa Wash conveyed 53,100 cubic feet per second (1,500 m3/s) at its peak; Los Robles Wash carried up to 32,600 cu ft/s (920 m3/s), while the Santa Cruz River proper peaked at 9,200 cu ft/s (260 m3/s). The 1962 Atlantic hurricane season (SDTWFC What Night Have Been) features what the SDTWFC thought storms would do upon formation. 17-21. [8], Later in the month, another storm similar to Bernice existed. However, it is possible that some storms were missed due to the lack of satellite coverage in the region; at that time, satellite data was still scarce, and 1962 is still four years shy of the start of the geostationary satellite era, which began in 1966. [12] The flooding prompted a disaster declaration by former governor Paul Fannin, which provided funds for the affected people. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. [2], The first tropical cyclone of the season – Hurricane Valerie – was first observed on June 24, about 245 mi (400 km) west of Acapulco, Guerrero. [3], On August 24, satellite imagery indicated a hurricane with a defined eye was located over the central Pacific Ocean. [14][15] Names that were not assigned are marked in gray. [4], The last storm of the season was Hurricane Doreen, which formed on October 1 off the southwest Mexican coast. The Weather Pattern of 1962, pp. Tropical Storm Claudia formed on September 20 to the southwest of Acapulco. Jump to navigation Jump to search. 1962 Hurricane Season Summary for the East-Central Pacific Hurricane Season: 1962 (calendar year) for the East-Central Pacific, summary and overview. After moving northwestward for two days, the storm turned to the north, striking Baja California on September 6 before dissipating. The National Hurricane Center began operations with no new equipment, and the warning agency instead opted to improve with the existing equipment. Surface observations and satellite imagery indicated the formation of a tropical depression about 275 mi (443 km) north of Palmyra Island on July 29. [13], On September 26, a tropical storm developed off the southwest coast of Mexico. English: 1962 Atlantic hurricane season. [3], The remnant moisture caused severe flash floods in the vicinity of Tucson, with 5 to 7 inches (130 to 180 mm) of precipitation falling over the headwaters of the washes of Santa Rosa, Jackrabbit, and Brawley during a 14- to 15-hour period. Noté /5. Tropical Storm "T" existed on September 29 without affecting land. Définitions de 1962_Pacific_hurricane_season, synonymes, antonymes, dérivés de 1962_Pacific_hurricane_season, dictionnaire analogique de 1962_Pacific_hurricane_season (anglais) The advisories were discontinued 275 nautical miles (509 km) from the South Point of Big Island, where it was no longer considered a threat to shipping lanes or any land masses.[4]. At that time it was last observed about 200 mi (320 km) south of Hilo, Hawaii. Therefore, the data is incomplete, and relies on reports from significantly populated areas, or ships that rode out the storms as a result. This season saw 14 Depressions, 12 Storms, 6 hurricanes and 3 major. With 16 named storms, the season was above the 1949-2006 average of 13 named storms and was the most active season ever recorded at that time; however, this record was broken in the 1968 Pacific hurricane season, which saw 18 storms. This season saw 14 Depressions, 12 Storms, 6 hurricanes and 3 major. The season as a whole was not damaging, only resulting in 47 deaths and $5.1 million in damages, which was much less damage than the previous two seasons, both of which were near $2 billion. It represented about 1% of storms in the basin to directly affect the island, after it produced westerly winds there. [2][3][4] Despite the activity, only two hurricane were observed and no major hurricanes (Category 3 or higher on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale) were noted. 3:32. Lasting only two days, it dissipated on August 22 about halfway between Hawaii and the west coast of Mexico. The names that are retired are Ethel, Glenda and Kathy. Includes all information for a 1962 in the East-Central Pacific including hurricane and tropical storm names and information, with links to the hurricane … 1962 Atlantic hurricane season has been listed as one of the Natural sciences good articles under the good article criteria.If you can improve it further, please do so. Achetez neuf ou d'occasion The 1962 Pacific hurricane season was a moderately active Pacific hurricane season that included two hurricane landfalls. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The agency had access to a system of radars that extended from Brownsville, Texas to Eastport, Maine, which was set up in 1961. The names that are retired are Ethel, Glenda and Kathy. The hurricane season officially began on June 15, 1962. It dissipated on August 20. Achetez neuf ou d'occasion On July 10, the storm dissipated. Moreover, Tropical Storm Bernie also made landfall along the Baja California peninsula, later providing rain to Arizona. The 1969 Atlantic hurricane season was the most active Atlantic hurricane season since 1933 and is tied with 2019 as the fifth most active Atlantic hurricane season on record, and was also the final year of the most recent positive Atlantic multidecadal oscillation (AMO) era. The washes and rivers reached depths of up to 20 feet (6.1 m), and overflowed its banks in places by 1 to 6 feet (0.30 to 1.83 m). The flooding also killed many cattle,[11] and damage in Pima and Pinal counties exceeded $11 million (1962 USD),[9] much of it from crop damage. 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The 1962 Pacific hurricane season officially started on May 15, 1962 in the eastern Pacific and June 1, 1962 in the Central Pacific Hurricane Center's area of responsibility and lasted until November 30, 1962 in both regions. They were replaced by Ethera, Gerda and Kory. The 1960 hurricane season saw a late start when Arthur formed on August 28. [3] It moved northwestward along the coast, producing high seas and strong winds in southwestern Mexico. No names were retired from this list. 1962 Atlantic hurricane season (GiedriusforCat5 WMHB) 1962 Atlantic hurricane season (SDTWFC What Might Have Been) 1963 Atlantic hurricane season (GiedriusforCat5 WMHB) The first, designated Tropical Storm "R", passed about 200 mi (320 km) north of Palmyra Island on September 28. The next day, Tropical Storm "Z" passed near Johnston Island during the Operation Dominic I and II nuclear tests, although no impact was reported. The 1960 Atlantic hurricane season was an average season, with 10 named storms and 7 hurricanes. The following list is a list of names that are used in the 1962 Atlantic hurricane season. 1962 Pacific typhoon season • Maximum winds 260 km/h (160 mph) ( 1-minute sustained) • Lowest pressure Although the season officially began on June 15, the first storm did not form until August 26. The 1962 Pacific hurricane season was a moderately active Pacific hurricane season that included two hurricane landfalls. The other, Hurricane Doreen, hit further to the north of Valerie in October. 1962 Atlantic Hurricane Season Animation by Force Thirteen. This season was part of a decade-long absence of major hurricanes; during the 1960s, only one major hurricane was observed and none were noted from 1960-66. Skip to Main Content. [9] Over 7 inches (180 mm) of rainfall also fell near the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. It turned to the northeast and struck near Mazatlán on June 25, dissipating early the next day. Lastly, satellite imagery indicated Tropical Storm "A" on October 27 to the northeast of Palmyra Island. The most impacting storm of the season was Tropical Storm Claudia, after its remnants dropped heavy rainfall in portions of Arizona. The season officially began on June 15th and ended on November 15th, and the first storm of the season developed on July 3rd, while the last dissipated on October 22nd. No people were killed, but damage totaled to $11 million (1962 USD). The names that are retired are Ethel, Glenda and Kathy. Infobox hurricane season first storm formed=August 26, 1962 last storm dissipated=October 22, 1962 strongest storm=Ella 950 mbar (28.05 inHg), 115 mph (185 km/h) total storms=5 major storms=1 total da USD) $61.6 million (2005 USD) total… It moved west-northwestward without developing further, and eventually dissipated on August 2 over the central Pacific. Noté /5. The rest of the fatalities were caused by other systems in the season. Svenska: Orkaner i Atlanten under 1962. It slowly weakened as it moved over lukewarm waters, and deteriorated more rapidly after wind shear increased. [3], In September and October, satellite imagery indicated that there were five tropical storms in the central Pacific Ocean. They were replaced by Ethera, Gerda and Kory. Category:1962 Pacific hurricane season. The following list is a list of names that are used in the 1962 Atlantic hurricane season. [4], On August 31, the Joint Hurricane Warning Center named a tropical depression in the Central Pacific basin as Tropical Depression 63, following the West Pacific's numbering. Noté /5. The 1962 Atlantic hurricane season was the least active since 1939, with only five named storms. [7] Valerie was estimated to have attained peak winds of 85 mph (140 km/h). Category:1962 Atlantic hurricane season. [3], As the previous storm was dissipating, another tropical storm developed to its west. 16, Almanac Issue. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Hurricane seasons similar to or like 1962 Pacific typhoon season Activity in every month but January, March, and June, but most tropical cyclones form in the northwestern Pacific Ocean between May and November and this conventionally delimits the season. The 1962 Atlantic hurricane season was the least active since 1957, with eight named storms. There were two non-developing tropical depressions during the season. [4][3], A tropical storm named Bernice developed on September 2 west of Jalisco. An unusually high number of storms threatened the Palmyra Atoll, where only 1% of known Pacific tropical cyclones have threatened. 1962 North Indian Ocean cyclone season • Maximum winds 140 km/h (85 mph) ( 3-minute sustained) • Lowest pressure The costliest storm of the season was Becky, which brought high winds to the United States Eastern Seaboard, costing $3.3 million. This is a part of list 1 and list 2, which was used from 1960-1965. If it no longer meets these criteria, you can reassess it. Retrouvez 1966 Atlantic Hurricane Season: Tropical cyclone, Atlantic Ocean, Hurricane Inez, Hurricane Alma (1966), Hurricane Faith et des millions de … The 1959 Atlantic hurricane season had a then record-tying number of tropical cyclones – five – develop before August 1. Later that day, the hurricane moved over southern Sonora before dissipating on October 5. Play next; Play now; 1963 Atlantic Hurricane Season Animation by Force Thirteen. It maintained a general northwest movement for its duration. It weakened to a tropical depression on August 30, although it remained a tropical cyclone until September 2. The following names were used for named storms that formed in the eastern Pacific in 1962. These dates conventionally delimit the period of each year when most tropical cyclones form in the northeastern Pacific Ocean.[1]. 1962 Atlantic hurricane season (SDTWFC What Might Have Been) First storm formed: Anna - August 26 Last storm dissipated: Greta - October 22 Strongest storm: Flossy. Animation of the relatively quiet 1962 hurricane season, featuring its five storms. Impact in the state was minor, generally limited to light rainfall and rough seas. The storm moved to the west-northwest for several days, dissipating on September 30. The following list is a list of names that are used in the 1962 Atlantic hurricane season. The names that are retired are Ethel, Glenda and Kathy. [2] Moreover, the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) was in the midst of a cold phase during this time period, which has a tendency to suppress Pacific hurricane activity. Noté /5. The 1962 Pacific hurricane season ran from June 1 to November 15, and the storms listed here are done so based off observations. Log in | Register Cart. The 1962 Hurricane Season. Arthur killed 1000 in the US and caused almost a billion dollars in damages in early September. The season officially began on June 15th and ended on November 15th, and the first storm of the season developed on July 3rd, while the last dissipated on October 22nd. Because of the season's relatively low impact, no storms were retired during the 1962 season, and none of the storms below were used for the first time. English: 1962 Pacific hurricane season. [10] The ensuing flood of the Santa Cruz River and its tributaries produced a path of destruction about 100 miles (160 km) long and up to 8 miles (13 km) wide. Although late, the season proved to be deadly and costly. Retrouvez 1963 Natural Disasters: 1963 Atlantic Hurricane Season, 1963 Pacific Typhoon Season, 1963 Earthquakes, Hurricane Flora, Hurricane Cindy et des millions de livres en stock sur Amazon.fr. Hurricane Alma brushed the Outer Banks before becoming extratropical southeast of New England, destroying hundreds of boats and producing beneficial rainfall. The hurricane season officially began on June 1, and lasted until November 30. This animation attempts to tell you the answer. Pacific hurricanes in the 1960s: ← 1960-1961-1962-1963-1964-1965-1966-1967-1968-1969 → 1962 Pacific hurricane season hurricane season in the Pacific Ocean. This season saw 14 Depressions, 12 Storms, 6 hurricanes and 3 major. These totals are well below their long-term averages of seven and three respectively. Retrouvez 1963 Atlantic Hurricane Season: Tropical cyclone, Atlantic Ocean, Hurricane Flora, List of deadliest Atlantic hurricanes, Hurricane Arlene (1963), Hurricane Cindy (1963) et des millions de livres en stock sur Amazon.fr. Similarly, Tropical Storm "X" existed on October 2 over open Pacific waters. 2:18. [10] Helicopters rescued 27 families from Fort Huachuca. The first named storm of the 1962 Atlantic hurricane season, Alma formed from a tropical wave located offshore South Florida on August 26. [3][5][6] During the season, tropical cyclone advisories were issued by the Naval Fleet Warning Central (NFWC) in Alameda, which held responsibility for the basin until 1970. Hypothetical Hurricanes Wiki is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community. On September 23, Claudia crossed over the western portion of the Baja California peninsula, moved over water, and again struck the peninsula before dissipating. [3], In the middle of August, a tropical storm formed off the southwest coast of Mexico. [9] Flooding from the storm inundated the towns of Marana and Sells, both in Pima County. Given the name Ava, it tracked to the northwest before turning more to the north. The rainfall left damaging flooding across rivers and towns. The following list is a list of names that are used in the 1962 Atlantic hurricane season. Weatherwise: Vol. [3], On July 8, Tropical Storm Willa developed south of the Baja California peninsula. They were replaced by Ethera, Gerda and Kory. What would have happened if the models had been right? [3] The remnants of the storm later brought moderate rain to Arizona. Animation of the whole typhoon season in 1962, featuring several intense storms, and Typhoon Karen. 2021 atlantic spinny cloud season (Free Editing), Hurricane Ivan's Review of the 2020 Pacific Typhoon Season, https://hypotheticalhurricanes.fandom.com/wiki/1962_Atlantic_hurricane_season_(GiedriusforCat5_WMHB)?oldid=419262. These dates conventionally delimit the period of each year when most tropical cyclones form in the northeastern Pacific Ocean. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. In all, a total of 16 storms were observed, which was above average though only two (Valerie and Doreen) reached hurricane intensity. On October 4, Doreen made its closest approach to the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula as it began a motion to the northeast. Overall, no powerful systems affected land, with the most powerful landfall being at category 2 intensity in Cape Cod. Doreen was estimated to have attained peak winds of 85 mph (140 km/h). Atlantic hurricanes in the 1960s: ← 1960-1961-1962-1963-1964-1965-1966-1967-1968-1969 → 1962 Atlantic hurricane season hurricane season … Achetez neuf ou d'occasion It maintained a west-northwestward track throughout its duration, remaining a minimal tropical storm. It moved northwestward before curving to the north, although later it turned again to the northwest. The 1962 Pacific hurricane season officially started on May 15, 1962 in the eastern Pacific and June 1, 1962 in the Central Pacific Hurricane Center's area of responsibility and lasted until November 30, 1962 in both regions. The 1962 Atlantic hurricane season was the least active since 1957, with eight named storms. Retrouvez 1969 Atlantic Hurricane Season: Hurricane Camille, Hurricane Gerda, Hurricane Inga, Hurricane Debbie, Hurricane Martha, Hurricane Francelia et des millions de livres en stock sur Amazon.fr. The following names were used for named storms (tropical storms and hurricanes) that formed in the North Atlantic in 1962. The deadliest storm of the season was Alma, which dropped relatively large amounts of rain over Hispaniola, causing 24 fatalities, with the next deadliest storm, Greta, also dumping large amounts of rain, with Central America suffering 13 fatalities. 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