2003–04 Southern Hemisphere tropical cyclone season
The 2003–04 Southern Hemisphere tropical cyclone season comprises three different basins. Their respective seasons are:In addition to the three basins, there were two cyclones that developed in the so...
2003–04 Southern Hemisphere tropical cyclone season - Wikipedia
Cyclone Heta
Cyclone Heta was a powerful Category 5 tropical cyclone that caused catastrophic damage to the islands of Tonga, Niue, and American Samoa during late December 2003 and early January 2004. Heta formed ...
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Tropical Depression 10F (2004)
Tropical Depression 10F (JTWC designation: 22P) was a small tropical depression that became the deadliest tropical cyclone of the 2004 season, claiming 11 lives in the Fiji islands.
Tropical Depre...
Tropical Depression 10F (2004) - Wikipedia
Cyclone Elita
Cyclone Elita was an unusual tropical cyclone that made landfall on Madagascar three times. The fifth named storm of the 2003–04 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season, Elita developed in the Mo...
Cyclone Elita - Wikipedia
Cyclone Ivy
Severe Tropical Cyclone Ivy (Fiji Meteorological Service designation: 05F, Joint Typhoon Warning Center designation: 13P) was a tropical cyclone that affected about 25% of the population of Vanuatu in...
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Cyclone Gafilo
Very Intense Tropical Cyclone Gafilo ([ɡafil]; also known as Cyclone Gafilo) was the most intense tropical cyclone ever recorded in the South-West Indian Ocean. Being unusually large and violent, Gafi...
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Cyclone Fay
Cyclone Fay was an intense, late-season tropical cyclone which struck Western Australia during the 2003-04 Australian region cyclone season. Forming from an area of low pressure on 12 March, Fay ...
Cyclone Fay - Wikipedia