Northeast and North Central Pacific hurricane database (HURDAT2) 1949-2019 (3.5MB download) (3.5MB download) This dataset was provided on 23 April 2020 to include the best track for 2018's Walaka in the Central Pacific. These figures depict named storms only. The figures below show the points of tropical cyclone genesis by 10-day periods during the hurricane season. Media in category "1949 Pacific hurricane season" The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total. MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW 339 NORTH ATLANTIC HURRICANES AND TROPICAL DISTURBANCES OF 1949, Richmond T. Zoch
The 1949 Pacific hurricane season is the first season to be listed in the HURDAT archives, so it is the first officially listed season in the archives here. The 1949 Atlantic hurricane season was fairly active. The official bounds of the season ran from June 1 to November 15, and the storms listed here are done so based off observations. Thirteen storms reached tropical storm strength. 1949 Atlantic hurricane season; First storm formed: June 26, 1949 Last storm dissipated: October 14, 1949 Strongest storm: Three - 120 mph (1-minute sustained), 949 mbar: Total depressions: 7 Total storms: 7 Hurricanes: 5 Major hurricanes: 1 Total damages: Total fatalities Attached is the National Weather Bureau 1949 year-end summary of the hurricane season.
The source years include 1851-2015 for the Atlantic and 1949-2015 for the Eastern Pacific from the HURDAT database . 1949 Atlantic hurricane season summary map.png 4,000 × 2,476; 6.12 MB 1949 Atlantic hurricane season summary.jpg 3,000 × 2,222; 530 KB 1949 Atlantic … 1949 Pacific hurricane season (Layten) First storm formed May 30, 1949 Last storm dissipated October 24, 1949 Strongest storm Six-E - 918 mbar, 165 mph Total depressions 7 Total storms 7 Hurricanes 5 Major hurricanes 2 Total damages$617,000 (1953 USD) Total fatalities 9 Tropical Storm (WPWC) Duration May 30 – June 2 Peak intensity 50 mph (85 km/h) (1-min) 1001 mbar (hPa)
1949 Pacific hurricane season summary map.png 4,000 × 2,472; 6.02 MB
It is very interesting to read. Out of a total of seven hurricanes that year, three developed into major hurricanes. Weather Underground provides tracking maps, 5-day forecasts, computer models, satellite imagery and detailed storm statistics for tracking and forecasting Hurricane Della Tracker.