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NOAA > NWS > CPHC Home Page > Annual Archives > 1969
The 1969 Central Pacific Tropical Cyclone Season

The 1969 tropical cyclone season was inactive in the Central North Pacific. There were only 15 tropical cyclones identified during the season in the Eastern North Pacific and none of them moved out of the area. The JHWC issued no tropical cyclone advisories. It was also a relatively quiet year in the Western North Pacific with only 13 typhoons, 6 tropical storms, and 4 tropical depressions detected from the International Date Line to the Malay Peninsula.