What Damage Does a Cyclone Cause?


A cyclone has similar effects to that of a hurricane. Tropical cyclones produce destructive winds, heavy rainfall, severe flooding, and damaging storm surges that can cause inundation of coastal areas.
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Tropical cyclones cause heavy rain, strong winds, tornadoes and storm surges that can cause flooding, power outages and damage to structures and property.
Cyclones also cause erosion along coastlines and can severely damage trees and other vegetation.
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