List of Tropical Cyclones in India-Free E-Book

Over the years, India has been hit by many tropical cyclones along with the coastal cities like West Bengal, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, etc. Many of those have proven to be disastrous for the livelihoods but the most recent Amphan cyclone was the most deliberate of the all. The cyclone which was later termed to have become the super cyclone left behind a scene of mass destruction and crores of loss in terms of the properties. To make you aware of all such incidents faced by India over the last 30 years, we are bringing you a list of tropical cyclones in India, a free E-Book.

 

This E-Book will help you understand what is a cyclone how is it formed and what cyclone shave India over the past 30 or so years. Along with this, it will also cover the states that the cyclones have impacted.

 

1. Here’s a Sneak Peek into E-Book

 

1.1 Cyclone Fani

 

Fani was the strongest tropical cyclone to strike the Indian state of Odisha since the 1999 Odisha cyclone. The second named storm and the first severe cyclonic storm of the 2019 North Indian Ocean cyclone season, Fani originated from a tropical depression that formed west of Sumatra in the Indian Ocean on 26 April. Vertical wind shear at first hindered the storm’s development, but conditions became more favorable for Fani on 30 April.

 

List of Tropical Cyclones in India

 

Fani rapidly intensified into an extremely severe cyclonic storm and reached its peak intensity on 2 May with 1-minute sustained winds equivalent to a high-end Category 4 major hurricane. Fani weakened before making its landfall, and its convective structure rapidly degraded thereafter, degenerating into a remnant low on 4 May, and dissipating on the next day.

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This is how the Fani cyclone was visible from the space when it originated on the coast. The eye had pressure as low as 932 mbar and the wind speed reached a peak of 250 km/hr.

1.2 Cyclone Bulbul

 

Bulbul was a strong and very damaging tropical cyclone that struck the Indian state of West Bengal as well as Bangladesh in November 2019, causing storm surge, heavy rains, and flash floods across the areas. After crossing the Indochinese Peninsula, Severe Tropical Storm Matmo’s remnants entered the Andaman Sea.

 

List of Tropical Cyclones in India

 

It began to organize over the southern Bay of Bengal at the beginning of November, then it slowly intensified into a cyclonic storm as it moved north. In addition, it is only the second to make it to hurricane strength, the first being in 1960

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This is how the origin of the Bulbul cyclone was visible from the space that was captured by the satellites. The pressure of the center was low as 980 and the wind speed reached 145 km/hr when it made the landfall.

 

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