The 2017-18 South Atlantic cyclone season is the first season. It began on November 10 and ended on April 10. That's when tropical cyclones form in the south atlantic ocean. Tropical Cyclones were named by the Joint Army alphabet. Tropical Depressions were started at 0 and go up. 55-69mph is Severe tropical storms. Tropical Cyclones were 70-110mph.
Severe Tropical Cyclone AbleEdit
Able was severe that killed thousands of people in Angola.
|Severe tropical cyclone (CMS)|
|Category 3 tropical cyclone (SSHS)|
|Duration||November 16 – November 19|
|Intensity||185 km/h (115 mph) (10-min), 989 mbar (hPa)|
Able was a tropical cyclone with 10-min winds of 80mph but in post season the 10-min winds were speded to 105.
Tropical Depression ZeroEdit
Zero was a depression that killed 86.
|Tropical depression (CMS)|
|Tropical depression (SSHS)|
|Duration||November 30 – December 8|
|Intensity||30 km/h (15 mph) (10-min), > 1010 mbar (hPa)|
Severe Tropical Storm BakerEdit
Baker hit South Africa as a TS and caused $907 million.
|Severe tropical storm (CMS)|
|Category 1 tropical cyclone (SSHS)|
|Duration||Unknown – Unknown|
|Intensity||100 km/h (65 mph) (10-min), Unknown|