Question: Which is the dangerous cyclone in India?

Which is the fastest cyclone in India?

Super cyclone 02B Phailin showed average wind speeds of up to 259 km/h making the storm a category 5 cyclone, the highest category according to the Saffir-Simpson hurricane scale. Phailin became one of the strongest tropical cyclones ever recorded over the North Indian Ocean.

Which is the most destructive cyclone in India?

1970 Bhola cyclone

Extremely severe cyclonic storm (IMD scale)
Fatalities ≥ 500,000 total (Deadliest tropical cyclone on record)
Damage $86.4 million (1970 USD)
Areas affected East Pakistan (present-day Bangladesh) and India
Part of the 1970 North Indian Ocean cyclone season

Which is the latest cyclone in India?

Powerful cyclone Yaas has started its landfall in India at 140 kph as warnings are issued of tidal surges in coastal areas. Yaas is the second storm to hit India in a week after cyclone Tauktae hit the west coast, leading to mass evacuations amid the deadly Covid wave.

Which is the fastest cyclone in the world?

On October 23, 2015, Hurricane Patricia attained the strongest 1-minute sustained winds on record at 215 mph (345 km/h).

North Atlantic Ocean.

Cyclone “Cuba”
Season 1924
Peak classification Category 5 hurricane
Peak 1-min sustained winds 270 km/h (165 mph)
Pressure 910 mbar (26.87 inHg)
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Which state has most cyclone in India?

Although cyclones affect the entire coast of India, the East coast is more prone as compared to the West coast. The most affected states are Odisha, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Maharashtra and Gujarat.

What is a super typhoon?

The most severe, a tropical cyclone with maximum wind speed exceeding 137 mph, is given storm signal #5 (purple) and designated a super typhoon. (The Manila Typhoon Center, however, considers a system to be a super typhoon once its winds reach or exceed 124 mph.)

What is a Category 5 typhoon?

A typhoon with maximum sustained surface winds greather than or equal to 130 knots (approximately Category 5) is called a “super typhoon,” and a hurricane of Category 3 and above is called a “major hurricane.” A tropical cyclone weaker than Category 1 is not a “typhoon” in the international standard, but may be …