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Cyclone refers to any spinning storm that rotates around a low-pressure center. The low-pressure center is also referred to as the 'eye' of the storm, which is well known for being eerily calm compared with the areas under the spinning 'arms' of the storm. You could say that the eye is watching what's going on down below, so it needs a clear path, but the arms are where all the action happens because this is where the storm is throwing out all of its rain and wind.
In this book you will have the details of 214 Tropical Cyclones – Their baptized and dissipation date, their lowest pressure and gusts, the nearest country/island they and impacted and a short introductory of the cyclone
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