The 2016-17 South Pacific cyclone season was a below average event in the yearly formation of tropical cyclones in the South Pacific. This page will document my opinion on intensities during the season after seeing the information needed to form this opinion. This may include Dvorak numbers, Tropical Cyclone Advisories and reports, and any observations made during the tropical cyclone personally if it made landfall. Based on this summary, there were: NOTES: This season is ongoing, so data may be outdated slightly.
|Storm name||SSHWS||1-min winds||Australian scale||10-min winds||Pressure|
|01F||Tropical Storm||45 mph||Tropical Depression||35 mph||1000 mbar|
|02F||Tropical Storm||40 mph||Tropical Depression||30 mph||1001 mbar|
|Tuni||Tropical Storm||50 mph||Category 1 tropical cyclone||45 mph||991 mbar|
|04F||Untracked||Untracked||Tropical Disturbance||Unspecified||1003 mbar|
|Ula||Category 4 cyclone||145 mph||Category 4 severe tropical cyclone||115 mph||943 mbar|