Typhoon Jolina (2035)
Typhoon (JMA)
Category 3 typhoon (SSHWS/NWS)
Formed August 15, 2201
Dissipated August 21, 2201
Highest winds 1 85 mph
(10-minute sustained)
Highest winds 2 120 mph
(1-minute sustained)
Lowest pressure 950
Damages $122 million
Direct Fatalities 80
Indirect Fatalities 1
Missing 6
Areas affected Philippines, Taiwan, China, Japan
Part of the
2035 Pacific typhoon season

Typhoon Jolina (2035) was an early season tropical cyclone that developed during the 2035 Pacific typhoon season. The low originated from a tropical disturbance that developed near Chuck on January 26th, which moved westwards, becoming a tropical depression on January 29th once conditions became favourable for tropical cyclogenesis to occur. The system passed the Philippines, bringing severe thunderstorms from its outer circulation to the area, before hitting Taiwan as a tropical storm on February 2nd, and china as a tropical depression the following day. The system weakened to a remnant low later that day, having brought heavy monsoonal rains to the areas affected, and killing 81 people in the process.