Tropical Central Pacific

Monday, November 20, 2017 0:22 Z

Tropical Cyclone Model & Best Track Archive for the Central North Pacific in 2015

2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017

Other basins in 2015: Eastern North Pacific | North Atlantic


Select a storm to view model and best track data for that system. This database updates in real time.

Select a year for another year's data:

Return to: Current Storms Page | Main page of this archive

OTHER (NON TD)

< 34 kt (39 mph)

CLASSIFIED TD

< 34 kt (39 mph)

TS

34-63 kt

39-73 mph

CAT 1

64-82 kt

74-95 mph

CAT 2

83-95 kt

96-110 mph

CAT 3

96-112 kt

111-129 mph

CAT 4

113-136 kt

130-156 mph

CAT 5

> 136 kt

> 156 mph

Only named storms & depressions, from this year & basin, appear on the map. Paths contain the time the storm spent as an invest.
Tropical storm and hurricane track colors are based solely on the wind speed even if the development type is known. | Large Map
View the above map in Google Earth

Named Storms
Depressions
Invest Areas

Hurricane Halola (01C)
Highest Sustained Wind: 85 knots
July 6 - July 21


Tropical Storm Iune (02C)
Highest Sustained Wind: 35 knots
July 8 - July 18


Major Hurricane Kilo (03C)
Highest Sustained Wind: 120 knots
August 17 - September 1


Hurricane Loke (04C)
Highest Sustained Wind: 65 knots
August 19 - August 26


Tropical Storm Malia (05C)
Highest Sustained Wind: 35 knots
September 15 - September 22


Tropical Storm Niala (06C)
Highest Sustained Wind: 55 knots
September 20 - September 29


Hurricane Oho (07C)
Highest Sustained Wind: 95 knots
October 1 - October 8




Tropical Depression Eight-C (08C)
Highest Sustained Wind: 30 knots
October 1 - October 6


Tropical Depression Nine-C (09C)
Highest Sustained Wind: 30 knots
December 27 - January 1




July
August
September
October
November
December
January
Halola
Iune
Kilo
Loke
Malia
Niala
Oho
Eight
Nine

Please note that the level of development in the storm name and the highest sustained wind on this page reflect the highest levels achieved during the life of the storm as reported by the best track file for each storm. If a storm is currently active, the current winds and level of development as reported by the best track file are noted in blue. (For the latest wind information on an active storm, please visit the agency responsible for issuing forecasts in the particular basin you are looking at.) Winds on this page are 1 minute sustained.