The 2017 Pacific hurricane season is a currently active event in the yearly formation of tropical cyclones in the eastern and central Pacific Ocean between the central American coast and the International Dateline north of the equator. 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 has been 4 tropical depressions, 4 tropical storms and 1 hurricane so far.
|Name||SSHWS category||1-min winds||Pressure||ACE|
|Adrian||Tropical Storm||45 mph||1002 mbar||0.5275 units|
|Beatriz||Tropical Storm||45 mph||1002 mbar||0.4425 units|
|Calvin||Tropical Storm||40 mph||1004 mbar||0.2450 units|
|Dora||Category 2 hurricane||100 mph||973 mbar||4.4125 units|
|Eugene||Category 3 hurricane||120 mph||955 mbar||7.8325 units|
|Total ACE||13.4600 units|