Pre-1970 Southern Hemisphere Tropical Cyclone Seasons

The Pre-1970 Southern Hemisphere tropical cyclone seasons ran year-round from July 1 to June 30, reaching their peaks mid-February to early March. For storms in the South-West Indian Ocean, see here.

Southern Hemisphere Cyclone Seasons
Pre-1970 1970–75 1975–80 1980–85

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