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The list below shows the tropical cyclones that affected India since 1990, sorted into the states their landfall was located in. Depressions and Deep Depressions are not listed.. The 1999 Orissa cyclone was the strongest storm to hit the Indian coast, as well as the strongest in the basin till date, with a minimum central pressure of 912 mbar (26.93 inHg) and Cyclone Nargis is the costliest ...


The 2019 North Indian Ocean cyclone season was a hyperactive North Indian Ocean cyclone season, featuring 12 depressions, 11 deep depressions, 8 cyclonic storms, a record 6 severe cyclonic storms, a record 6 very severe cyclonic storms, a record 3 extremely severe cyclonic storms, and 1 to Super Cyclonic Storm, Kyarr.


Cyclones are strong spiraling winds characterized by a low pressure and numerous thunderstorms. Here is the list of strong tropical cyclones in India including Cyclone Thane, Cyclone Mora, Cyclone Megh, Cyclone Jal,Cyclone Roanu,Cyclone Lehar, Cyclone Nargis, Cyclone Mala and Cyclone Giri.


• Cyclone Fani, one of the strongest storms to batter the Indian subcontinent in decades, made landfall near Puri, India, on Friday morning, lashing the coast with winds gusting at more than 120 ...


Find Cyclone Prone Areas in India and List of Cyclones in India with affected area and date information. Map showing the month wise cyclone affected areas of India in the year 2007.


Tropical Cyclones in India: Notes on Tropical Cyclones in India ! With about 6 per cent of the world wide cyclones, the Indian subcontinent is one of the worst cyclone affected areas of the world. About 8 per cent of the total land area, particularly along the eastern coast and Gujarat coast is vulnerable to tropical cyclones.


An analysis of the frequencies of cyclones on the East and West coasts of India during 1891-2000 show that nearly 308 cyclones (out of which 103 were severe) affected the East Coast. During the same period 48 tropical cyclones crossed the West Coast, of which 24 were severe cyclonic storms.


A total of seven cyclones hit Indian Coasts in 2019. Three cyclones were formed in Bay of Bengal, while four were formed in Arabian Sea. Cyclone Bulbul will be the third cyclone in the Bay of ...


Two cyclones – Cyclone Phailin and Cyclone Hudhud caused extreme damage to life and property in India in recent times. Cyclone Phailin was one of the most intense and most destructive cyclones ...


India is preparing for the strongest tropical cyclone to make landfall in 20 years. Track Tropical Cyclone Fani as it moves up the east coast of the subcontinent.