Cyclones are natural disasters that form over warm ocean waters due to a combination of atmospheric and oceanic conditions. These conditions include warm water temperatures, high humidity, and low atmospheric pressure.
Cyclones can cause severe damage to coastal communities, including flooding, strong winds, and storm surges. To prevent damage from cyclones, it is important to have early warning systems that can provide advance notice of approaching storms. Evacuation plans should also be in place to ensure that people living in vulnerable areas can move to safer locations.