The system also intensified floods brought by earlier monsoonal rains in China, wreaking havoc. The remnants of the system continued to move inland in a westerly direction. Meanwhile, rainfall went up to about 300 mm (12 in) in central Thanh Hóa and northern Hai Phong city amid wind with a speed hitting 62–88 km/h (40–55 mph). On November 3, a low-pressure area formed 45 nautical miles south-southeast of Pohnpei. 141 people died in total and damage loss was $15 billion total. However, the JMA reported that the depression intensified into Tropical Storm Shanshan on February 21. Early on October 16, both the JMA and JTWC issued their final warnings on Nari, as the system dissipated. With low to moderate wind shear, the depression developed further. On October 5, Danas became a severe tropical storm and rapidly became a Category 1 typhoon as it races west towards warm waters. Due to strong El Nino from January, a rapid intensifying low pressure formed over warm waters over late March 28. Four provinces and Metro Manila were declared a state of calamity, and there were 18 deaths. Severe flooding took place in neighboring Laos where at least 10,000 structures were damaged and losses reached $61 million. Severe flooding prompted thousands to evacuate as well. Man-yi turned northward toward Japan, making landfall on September 16 near Toyohashi.  During October 27, Molave intensified another depression which became Typhoon Atsani. Within the North-western Pacific Ocean, both the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) and the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration assign names to tropical cyclones that develop in the Western Pacific, which can result in a tropical cyclone having two names. Um die Gesamtbewertung der Sterne und die prozentuale Aufschlüsselung nach Sternen zu berechnen, verwenden wir keinen einfachen Durchschnitt. Fourteen survivors had been rescued. Approximately 20.28 million people were affected by the storm, 8.92 million of whom were temporarily relocated. On August 28, Kong-rey reached Severe Tropical Storm strength. A very small broad circulation formed on May 16 south of Palau.  It entered this basin on February 27 as a Category 4 super typhoon. Trami made landfall in the Fujian province of China on August 22, 2:40 a.m. local time. It impacted the Philippines during November 21 to 22, killing 18,942 people. The names Wilma, Yolanda, and Zoraida were also used for the first time (and only in the case of Yolanda). It became more organized on December 16. After an extended, unexplained global “drought” of Tropical Cyclone activity, the West Pacific region spawned a series of Super Typhoons in October. At 1200 UTC on August 11, Typhoon Utor attained peak intensity by the ten-minute maximum sustained winds reaching 195 km/h (121 mph) and the atmospheric pressure decreasing to 925 mbar (27.3 inHg). Tropical Depression 33W was a short lived tropical depression that was first noted during as a tropical disturbance during December 2, while it was located about 685 km (425 mi) to the northeast of Hagåtña, Guam.  On October 26, Francisco impacted Japan as a tropical storm. The next day, it had some extratropical and tropical characteristics, and made it a subtropical depression by the JTWC, as the JMA didn't recognized it.
A tropical disturbance formed from the southwest monsoon which was enhanced by Pabuk on September 23. It was then enhanced by the Mini Black Hole on December 20. Typhoon Usagi made landfall over Guangdong, China and cost US$4.6 billion in the country, which was the third strongest storm of the basin in 2013. Over the next two days the depression gradually developed further as it moved westwards, before the JTWC issued a Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert late on September 17, as vertical windshear over the system decreased slightly. On August 6, TSR released their August update and significantly lowered their forecast to 22.3 tropical storms, 13.2 typhoons, 6.6 "intense" typhoons and an ACE index of about 230, which they noted would result in activity about 20% below their 1965–2012 average. The next day, the JTWC also upgraded it to a tropical depression, designating it as 14W.
It became a low pressure area on October 26. Due to the page's age, edits are no longer allowed.
On October 28, the system was given the designation 29W by the JTWC and named Vinta by the PAGASA.
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A cluster of thunderstorms formed to be Tropical Storm Phanfone on September 14.
On July 1, it weakened due to the interactions of Hyper Typhoons Haiyan and Podul.
Should the list of names for the Philippine region be exhausted then names will be taken from an auxiliary list of which the first ten are published each season. It reached peak intensity on December 2.
After interacting with Trami, the depression hit the Eastern Chinese coast and dissipated on August 18 and its remnants continued to move westerly track. Many homes were flooded and about 80,000 were without electricity in western and central Japan. PAGASA announced the names Dante, Emong, Hauning, Labuyo and Queden were retired after they caused destruction in the Philiipines instead the names Dalling, Esang, Hester, Lannie and Quaring were chosen for 2017. At 0000 UTC on June 21, the JMA upgraded the cyclone to Tropical Storm Bebinca. On October 25, under moderate to strong westerly vertical wind shear and interacting with the mid-latitude westerlies, Lekima began an extratropical transition and lost the eyewall structure. Typhoon Danas then rapidly weakened as it entered cool waters near Japan on October 8, and on October 9, Danas became extratropical as it headed toward the northern part of Japan. At its landfall in China, Rumbia damaged large swaths of agricultural cropland and destroyed at least 112 buildings, causing ¥7.68 million in damage. Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Return to Elm Street (2019).
Damages were unknown, but it was massive. A very weak low pressure area formed on September 27.
Remaining nearly stationary, dry air started to wrap in to the system's fully exposed low level circulation center. Typhoon Nari brought significant damage over the Philippines and eventually made landfall over Vietnam, as well as Typhoon Wipha which killed 41 people in Japan. Downpours throughout Wednesday night till Thursday were recorded at 80 mm (3.1 in) deep on streets of the capital, causing difficulties for many people to go to work. The system moved westwards into the Sulu Sea, and the JTWC initiated advisories on the system as 01W. It moved northwest into the 2 fujiwhara interactions of Higos and Bavi. In Taiwan, the storm produced gale-force winds and heavy rainfall in northern Taiwan, with Taipei receiving 12 in (300 mm) of rain.