Tropical Storm Olga
The name Olga has been used for three tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Basin, ten tropical cyclones in the Pacific Ocean, and at least three in the Southern Hemisphere.
In the Atlantic:
- Hurricane Olga (2001) – late-season storm that had no effect on land.
- Tropical Storm Olga (2007) – rare December storm that killed 40 people, mostly in the Dominican Republic.
- Tropical Storm Olga (2019) – a short lived tropical storm that formed in the Gulf of Mexico and became post-tropical shortly after.
Olga is used on the six-year lists, where it replaced Opal.
In the Western Pacific:
- Tropical Storm Olga (1948) (T4827)
- Typhoon Olga (1954) (T5417)
- Typhoon Olga (1958) (T5830)
- Typhoon Olga (1961) (T6119, 51W)
- Tropical Storm Olga (1964) (22W, Japan Meteorological Agency analyzed it as a tropical depression, not as a tropical storm.)
- Tropical Storm Olga (1966) (T6634, 37W)
- Typhoon Olga (1970) (T7002, 02W) – affected Japan.
- Typhoon Olga (1972) (T7226, 28W) – caused minimal damage in the Marshall Islands and the Northern Marianas Islands.
- Typhoon Olga (1976) (T7605, 05W, Didang) – affected the Philippines and Japan.
- Typhoon Olga (1999) (T9907, 11W, Ising) – killed 64 in North and South Korea.
The 1999 Pacific Typhoon Season was the last typhoon season to have only English names.
In the Southern Hemisphere:
- Tropical Cyclone Olga (1981)
- Tropical Cyclone Olga (2000)
- Tropical Cyclone Olga (2010) – affected the Solomon Islands as a Tropical Depression
| article includes a list of named storms that share the same name (or similar names).
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