Recap 2023- List of Cyclones Held in 2023

cyclone jasper

Cyclone Jasper makes landfall in Northeast Australia But 13 December 2023, Devastating winds reached speeds of up to 113 kilometers (70 mi) per hour and heavy rainfall resulted in flash flooding. Although it has since weakened to a low pressure system, it is important to remain informed and alert about its ongoing impacts.

Here’s a summary of the situation:

Effect:

  • Thousands of homes and businesses lost power, with some areas still experiencing power outages.
  • Flash floods and damaged infrastructure disrupted transportation and communications in the affected areas.
  • No injuries were reported, but residents were urged to remain vigilant due to potential hazards such as fallen trees and debris.

cyclone michong

cyclone michong really had an impact Andhra Pradesh On December 5, 2023, it weakened and transitioned into a depression. It is important to note that today is December 29, 2023, and the cyclone is no longer an active threat.

Impact of Cyclone Michong:

  • A landslide occurred near the Bapatla coast on 5 December, causing high winds (up to 110 km per hour) and heavy rainfall.
  • 25 villages were flooded, 770 kilometers of roads were damaged and trees were uprooted.
  • Unfortunately, 9 people lost their lives during the storm and its aftermath.
  • Power supply and communication were disrupted in many areas.

Cyclone ‘Midhili’

“Cyclone ‘Midhili’ makes landfall” sounds like a current event, it actually happened in November 2023. Cyclone Midhili makes landfall on Bangladesh coast 17 November 2023Heavy rain and winds up to 80 kmph.

Would you like to know something specific about Cyclone Midhili, like its impact, path or resources available at that time? Knowing your specific interests will help me provide you with the most relevant information.

It is important to note that today 29 December 2023And currently there are no active cyclones in the Bay of Bengal region.

Cyclone ‘Hamun’

cyclone hamunA severe weather event affected Southeast coast of Bangladesh on 25thth October 2023, causing widespread concern and requiring the evacuation of thousands of people. storm, resulting from Bay of Bengal, has raised questions about the increasing frequency and intensity of such weather events in the region, driven by the effects of climate change. This weather event is being closely monitored India Meteorological Department (IMD) And is expected to weaken in the coming hours.

cyclone tej

India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning regarding a possible cyclonic storm forming in the Arabian Sea. This impending weather event will likely be ‘named’cyclone tej‘, has the ability to influence Mumbai, Puneand other areas of Maharashtra and Konkan region, IMD estimates that the low pressure system currently developing over the Arabian Sea will turn into a depression. 21st October, However, the chances of this system developing into a full-fledged cyclonic storm remain uncertain at this stage.

Cyclone Biparjoy

name of a cyclone Bipperjoy hits Gujarat, India On June 15, 2023. The cyclone had maximum sustained winds of 167 kilometers per hour (103 mph) and gusts of up to 200 kilometers per hour (124 mph). The cyclone caused heavy rains and strong winds in Gujarat, causing widespread damage. At least 22 people were killed and 940 villages were plunged into darkness. The cyclone also caused widespread damage to crops and infrastructure.

hurricane fabien

Tropical Cyclone Fabian went south-east of diego garcia Wednesday morning, April 17, 2023. At 5:00 pm EDT on Wednesday, the center of Tropical Cyclone Fabian was located at latitude 9.0°S and longitude 73.6°E, about 145 miles (235 km) southeast of Diego Garcia. fabien It was moving southwest at 6 mph (10 km/h). Maximum sustained wind speed was 110 mph (175 km/h), with gusts reaching 130 mph (210 km/h). The minimum surface pressure recorded was 959 mb.

cyclone mocha

cyclone mocha There was a very severe cyclonic storm that formed in the Bay of Bengal on May 10, 2023. The storm rapidly intensified, reaching peak winds of 160 kilometers per hour (100 mph) before making landfall in Bangladesh on May 14. There was widespread damage in Bangladesh and Myanmar, with at least 100 people killed and millions displaced. Cyclone Mocha was named based on whose suggestion? Yemen.

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