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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Cyclones Definition: a violent rotating windstorm. In meteorology cyclones are described as being formed by rapid inward circulation of air masses about a low-pressure center; circling counter clockwise in the northern hemisphere and clockwise in the southern write a letter to a survivor Tropical cyclones are intense, spinning storm systems, with low-pressure centres that can be vast in size. They form over warm oceans and can wreak havoc when they approach the shore. Tropical cyclones occur in the world's tropics. A little bit about Cyclones CATEGORY 1 Strongest winds: Gales, 90 - 125 km/hNegligible house damage. Damage to some crops, trees and caravans. Boats may drag moorings. CATEGORY 2Strongest winds: Destructive, 125 - 164 km/hMinor house damage. Significant damage tosigns, trees and caravans. Heavy damage to some crops. Risk of power failure. Small boats may break moorings.CATEGORY 3Strongest winds: Very destructive,165 - 224 km/hSome roof and structural damage. Some caravans destroyed. Power failures likely.CATEGORY 4 Strongest winds: Very destructive, 225 - 279 km/hSignificant roofing loss and structural damage. Many caravans destroyed and blown away. Dangerous airborne debris. Widespread power failures.CATEGORY 5 Strongest winds: Very destructive, more than 290 km/hExtremely dangerous with widespread destruction. Cyclone Tracy was a tropical cyclone that devastated the city of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, from Christmas Eve to Christmas Day 1974.Tracy killed 71 people causing approximately $4.45 billion worth of damage It destroyed more than 70 percent of Darwin's buildings, including 80 percent of houses Famous Australian Cyclones Cyclone Yasi is a big one, with predicted wind speeds of over 295 km/h, a core region 500 km in diameter, and a zone of associated storm activity spread over 2000 km. Yasi Tracy
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