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By the Brisbane storm, do you mean the run off from our last proper tropical cyclone, or the storm the got just a few weeks ago?
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Most tropical countries don't because the most severe weather we have are tropical cyclones and storms.
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Tropical cyclones, floods and bushfires mostly.
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So I include from the article the following “Time series of cyclone indices such as power dissipation, an aggregate compound of tropical cyclone frequency, duration, and intensity that measures total wind energy by tropical cyclones, show upward trends in the North Atlantic and weaker upward trends in the western North Pacific since the late 1970s, but interpretation of longer-term trends is again constrained by data quality concerns.”
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“Although global surface temperatures have increased over the last century and over the last 30 years, there is no reliable data available to indicate increased hurricane frequency or intensity in any of the globe’s seven tropical cyclone basins.
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I really want to get this tattooed (weather symbol for a tropical cyclone), but I can't quite decide where!
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This paper is almost 20 years old and only looks at tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Basin.
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Furthermore, there has been an upward trend in tropical cyclone (named storm) frequency since then.
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Around 19 tropical cyclones or storms enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility in a typical year and of these usually 6 to 9 make landfall.
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Tropical cyclones usually account for at least 30 percent of the annual rainfall in the northern Philippines while being responsible for less than 10 percent of the annual rainfall in the southern islands.
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Tropical cyclones in the North Atlantic are called hurricanes, tropical storms, or tropical depressions.
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Hurricane Sandy now takes the record for largest Atlantic tropical cyclone, and Tip's record still holds true today.
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It's bad enough naming a baby Shaquila but what did a blameless tropical cyclone do to serve such an indignity?
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"In the period between 1900 and 1949, 108 tropical cyclones affected the state, which collectively resulted in about $4 billion (2008 USD) in damage."
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The fastest winds ever measured were 408 km/h in a tropical cyclone (113 meters per second) and 484 km/h in a tornado (134 meters per second).
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