Tropical Storm Jacob
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The name Jacob has been used for three tropical cyclones.
One tropical storm was named Jacob in the western Pacific Ocean.
- 1999's Tropical Storm Jacob - named Karing by PAGASA, formed in early April and struck the Philippines bringing heavy rainfall.
Two tropical cyclones were named Jacob in the Southern Hemisphere.
- 1996's Severe Tropical Cyclone Jacob - developed near the Kimberley region of Western Australia in February, bringing heavy rains along the Kimberley and Pilbara coastline but causing little damage.
- 2007's Severe Tropical Cyclone Jacob - formed in March close to Christmas Island and then made landfall near Port Hedland in the Pilbara.