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Welcome to the Favorite storms of 2014 forum. Here, you can post a list of your favorite tropical cyclones from 2014, and possibly even explain why you ranked the storms the way you did. Enjoy! AndrewTalk To MeContribsMail Me

Favorite storms of 2014Edit

Through December 26, here are my top 10 favorite storms of 2014 (excluding impact):

  1. Hurricane Genevieve
  2. Cyclone Nilofar
  3. Typhoon Nuri
  4. Typhoon Hagupit
  5. Cyclone Gillian
  6. Typhoon Vongfong
  7. Hurricane Odile
  8. Typhoon Halong
  9. Typhoon Phanfone
  10. Hurricane Marie
  11. Hurricane Gonzalo

With impact:

  1. Hurricane Genevieve
  2. Cyclone Gillian
  3. Cyclone Nilofar
  4. Typhoon Nuri
  5. Hurricane Amanda
  6. Hurricane Simon
  7. Typhoon Hagupit
  8. Hurricane Ana
  9. Hurricane Karina
  10. Typhoon Vongfong

AndrewTalk To MeContribsMail Me 12:39, April 2, 2014 (UTC)'s Top Ten stormsEdit

  1. Cyclone Dylan - I chose this because this had my name.
  2. Cyclone Ita and Gillian - Like tracking these two storms
  3. 4. Cyclone Bruce - It was awesome
  4. 5. Cyclone Amara - Great!
  5. 6. Cyclone Alessia - Great!
  6. 7. Currently Hurricane Amanda - No effects
  7. 8. Typhoon Faxai
  8. 9. Typhoon Tapah, and Tropical Storm Lingling
  9. 10. Cyclone Chirstine - worst storm!

Well best means: 1-8 and worst is 9, and 10. 17:01, May 26, 2014 (UTC)

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