Tropical Storm Kate
The name is used on the modern six-year lists in the Atlantic:
- 1985's Hurricane Kate - late-season storm that grazed Cuba and directly struck Panama City, Florida, causing $210 million in damages and killing six in the U.S., and further damage in Cuba.
- (not used in 1991 and 1997)
- 2003's Hurricane Kate - took unusual path across Atlantic, brushed Newfoundland with minimal damage.
The name was also on some of the old typhoon name lists, which were also used for hurricanes in the central Pacific: Template:Tcexpand
- 1951's Typhoon Kate - affected Japan.
- 1955's Super Typhoon Kate
- 1959's Tropical Storm Kate
- 1962's Typhoon Kate
- 1964's Typhoon Kate
- 1967's Typhoon Kate
- 1970's Super Typhoon Kate - killed 915 in the Philippines.
- 1973's Tropical Storm Kate
- 1976's Hurricane Kate - briefly threatened Hawaii before turning away and dissipating.
- 1999's Typhoon Kate
The name is on the current naming list in Brisbane's Area of Responsibility in the south Pacific:
- 2005-06's Cyclone Kate - not a threat to land.