Cyclone (disambiguation)


Cyclone (disambiguation)

Cyclone may refer to several different things:

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Meteorology

  • A Cyclone is a low pressure system
  • A tropical cyclone is a tropical storm, particularly in the Southern Hemisphere or Indian Ocean (in the North Atlantic and East Pacific they are usually called hurricanes, in the West Pacific typhoons)
  • Cyclone may be used as a layman's term for a tornado, waterspout, or dust devil

Technology

Sport

Motorcycles and cars

Entertainment

Roller coasters

Comics

Place names


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  • Cyclone Nisha — The name Nisha has been used for one tropical cyclone in the North Indian Ocean: 2008 s Cyclonic Storm Nisha – Made landfall in Tamil Nadu, India, killed at least 204 people, and did at least $800 million (2008 USD) in damages. The name… …   Wikipedia

  • Cyclone Ada (disambiguation) — The name Ada has been used for two tropical cyclones in the Southwestern Indian Ocean and the Southwestern Pacific Ocean. Southwestern Indian Ocean: 1961 s Tropical Cyclone Ada, which made landfall in Madagascar Southwestern Pacific Ocean: Severe …   Wikipedia

  • Cyclone Annie — The name Annie has been used for one in the Southwest Indian Ocean and three tropical cyclones in the Southwest Pacific Ocean. Southwest Indian Ocean: Cyclone Annie (1968) Southwest Pacific Ocean: Cyclone Annie (1965) Cyclone Annie (1967) Cyclone …   Wikipedia

  • Cyclone Alan — The name Alan has been used for two tropical cyclones in the Southwestern Pacific Ocean: Cyclone Alan (1976), a weak cyclone that made landfall in Queensland to the north of Cairns Cyclone Alan (1998), a tropical storm that caused 8 deaths in the …   Wikipedia

  • Cyclone Beni — The name Beni has been used for two tropical cyclones one in the south Pacific Ocean and one in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Coincidentally they both occurred within the same year. 2003 s Tropical Cyclone Beni a powerful January cyclone which… …   Wikipedia

  • Cyclone Innis — The name Innis has been used for two tropical cyclones in the Southwestern Pacific Ocean: 1992 s Tropical Cyclone Innis, which briefly threatened Vanuatu 2009 s Tropical Cyclone Innis, a weak cyclone that crossed Vanuatu, New Caledonia, and New… …   Wikipedia

  • Cyclone Oli (disambiguation) — The name Oli has been used for two tropical cyclones in the South Pacific: 1993 94 s Tropical Cyclone Oli – Made landfall in Fiji as a tropical storm. 2009 10 s Severe Tropical Cyclone Oli – The first severe tropical cyclone in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Cyclone Zoe (disambiguation) — The name Zoe has been used for two tropical cyclones in the Southwestern Pacific Ocean. 1974 s Cyclone Zoe Existed just off the Queensland coast and made a landfall near Brisbane. 2002 s Cyclone Zoe One of the most intense tropical cyclones ever… …   Wikipedia

  • Cyclone Amanda — The name Amanda has been used for two tropical cyclones in the South Indian Ocean. Southwest Indian Ocean: Cyclone Amanda (1963), stayed well out to sea to the east of Madagascar Southeast Indian Ocean: Cyclone Amanda (1965), formed in the… …   Wikipedia


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