Cyclone Prone Areas in India

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Cyclones in India

State NameCyclones NameLowest Pressure (mbar)Year Date
Andhra Pradesh06B9191977Nov 1977
Andhra PradeshBOB 019201990May 7, 1990
Tamil NaduBOB 099981991Nov 14, 1991
KeralaBOB 069941992 
KarnatakaBOB 069941992 
Tamil NaduBOB 069941992 
KarnatakaBOB 039681993 
Tamil NaduBOB 039681993 
KeralaBOB 059681993 
MaharashtraARB 029941994 
Tamil Nadu08B9671996 
GujaratARB 019761996 
Andhra PradeshBOB 059821998 
GujaratARB 059961998 
GujaratARB 029581998 
OdishaBOB 059681999Oct 17, 1999
OdishaBOB 069121999 
KeralaBOB 069702000 
Tamil NaduBOB 059582000 
GujaratARB 019322001May 24, 2001
Andhra Pradesh03B9922003 
GujaratOnil9902004Oct 2, 2004
Tamil NaduFanoos9982005Dec 8, 2005
Andhra PradeshYemyin9862007Jun 26, 2007
Tamil NaduNisha9962008Nov 26, 2008
Andhra PradeshKhai-Muk9962008Nov 14, 2008
Andhra PradeshLaila9862010Aug 9, 2008
Tamil NaduJal9882010Jul 11, 2010
Tamil NaduThane9722011Dec 29, 2007
Andhra PradeshNilam9822012Oct 31, 2012
Tamil NaduNilam9922012Oct 31, 2012
Tamil NaduMadi9862013 
OdishaPhailin9402013Oct 11, 2013
Andhra PradeshLehar9802013Nov 25, 2013
Andhra PradeshHelen9902013Nov 21, 2013
OdishaHudhud9602014Oct 12, 2014
Andhra PradeshHudhud9402014Oct 12, 2014
GujaratNilofar2014Oct 31, 2014
OdishaKyant2016Oct, 2016

Last Updated on : October 25, 2016

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