2002–03 Australian region cyclone season
The 2002–03 Australian region cyclone season included Cyclone Inigo, which tied Cyclone Gwenda in 1999 as the most intense tropical cyclone on record in the Australian basin. It began on 1 November 20...
2002–03 Australian region cyclone season - Wikipedia
2002-03 South Pacific cyclone season
The 2002–03 South Pacific cyclone season was the most active tropical cyclone season since 1997–98, with ten tropical cyclones occurring within the South Pacific basin between 160°E and 120°W. The sea...
2002-03 South Pacific cyclone season - Wikipedia
Cyclone Graham
Cyclone Graham of the 2002–03 Australian region cyclone season was a weak tropical storm that affected Australia during late February and early March 2003. Graham originated from an area of convection...
Cyclone Graham - Wikipedia
Severe Tropical Cyclone Zoe
Severe Tropical Cyclone Zoe (RSMC Nadi designation: 04F, JTWC designation: 06P) was the most intense tropical cyclone ever recorded in the Southern Hemisphere. The second cyclone and first severe trop...
Severe Tropical Cyclone Zoe - Wikipedia
Cyclone Inigo
Cyclone Inigo was tied for the most intense recorded cyclone in the Australian region. It developed from a tropical low that crossed eastern Indonesia in late March 2003. Becoming a named tropical cyc...
Cyclone Inigo - Wikipedia