On January 7, the JMA began issuing advisories on a tropical depression located 400 km (250 mi) off Davao, Philippines. The JTWC issued a TCFA on the system around the same time, and began to issue advisories on the system as Tropical Depression 01W later that day after convection increased over the developing low level circulation, before they discontinued advisories after landfall the next day as the system weakened to a remnant low. The JMA continued to track the remnants of the system as a weak tropical depression, until the JTWC once again issued a TCFA on the redeveloping remains, before once again initiating advisories on the system as a tropical depression on January 15. The depression brushed the coast of vietnam, before dissipating again the next day as it lost its circulation. One death was reported relating to the storm in Vietnam, in relation to flooding caused by heavy rainfall.
On February 7, both PAGASA and the JMA initiated advisories on Tropical Depression Bising,which was located just inside the Philippines Area of Responsibility. The depression moved to the west, then north, before finally turning to the northeast, and dissipating out at sea on February 10, having had no impact on land whilst active.
On April 13, the JMA reported that a tropical depression had formed near Palau in the Federated States of Micronesia. Moving westwards into the Philippines area of responsibilty, it was named Crising by PAGASA, and on April 15, the JTWC issued a TCFA, and began to issue advisories on the system as Tropical Depression 02W. Late the following day, however, land interaction disrupted the circulation so much that it was declared a remnant low. Moving over the Philippines, the JMA and PAGASA continued to monitor the depression as it rounded the periphery of a subtropical ridge and moved towards Taiwan, dissipating to the west of the island as it was absorbed by a developing frontal system to its northeast. 10 people were reported to have died in relation to the flooding caused by the heavy rainfall associated with the storm.