One tropical cyclone occurred over western North Pacific in March 2018.
Jelawat formed as a tropical depression over the western North Pacific about 430 km southeast of Yap on the afternoon of 25 March. It intensified into a tropical storm the next day and moved northwestwards. Jelawat turned northwards on 27 March and slowed down on 29 March, drifting eastwards and continuing to develop. Jelawat turned northeastwards the next day and attained super typhoon intensity. It subsequently started to weaken rapidly and dissipated over the western North Pacific.
Provisional Tropical Cyclone Track in March 2018