|2017-18 Southern Hemisphere Cyclone Season|
Season summary map
|First system formed||November 22, 2017|
|Last system dissipated||May 1, 2018|
|• Maximum winds||230 km/h (145 mph)|
|• Lowest pressure||912 hPa (mbar)|
|Severe tropical cyclones||13|
So far, the 2017-18 Southern Hemisphere Cyclone Season was fairly active, much more active than the previous year, and featured the first Category 5 tropical cyclone in the southern hemisphere since Cyclone Fantala in early 2016, which was also the first Category 5 tropical cyclone in the Australian Region since Cyclone Ita in 2014.
Names in Italics reached 75 mph or higher. Bolded names reached 115 mph or higher (1 minute sustained).
|Nora||Owen (unused)||Penny (unused)||Riley (unused)||Savannah (unused)||Trevor (unused)|
South-west Indian Ocean