Tropical Cyclone Ada

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Pre-1980 Southern Hemisphere Tropical Cyclone Seasons - 1969–70 Southern Hemisphere Tropical Cyclone Season - Severe Tropical Cyclone Ada
... Tropical Cyclone Ada was a Category 4 cyclone that killed 14 people when it hit Queensland's Whitsunday Island Resorts and the adjacent Whitsunday Coast mainland on January 17, 1970 ... Like Tropical Cyclone Tracy that devastated Darwin on Christmas Eve 1974, Ada was small in diameter (estimated width 30 km) and damage from her path was limited to a comparatively small ... The wind from Tropical Cyclone Ada was not felt in Bowen (60 km to the north) or Mackay (120 km to the south) ...
2012 Pacific Typhoon Season - See Also
... Tropical cyclones portal List of Pacific typhoon seasons 2012 Pacific hurricane season 2012 Atlantic hurricane season 2012 North Indian Ocean cyclone season South-West ...
Winnipeg Cyclone
... The Winnipeg Cyclone was a professional basketball club based in Winnipeg, Manitoba that competed in the International Basketball Association beginning in the 1995-1996 season ... The Cyclone played its home games at the Winnipeg Convention Centre (dubbed the "Wind Tunnel") ... The Cyclone had several recognizable names on the coaching and playing rosters including former NBA star Darryl Dawkins as coach, "Hoop Dreams" subject Arthur Agee, and Andrell Hoard ...
2008 Yemen Cyclone
... designation ARB 02, JTWC designation 03A, also known as the 2008 Yemen cyclone) was the sixth tropical cyclone of the 2008 North Indian Ocean cyclone season, and the second tropical ... A weak tropical cyclone, it caused extensive damage in Yemen, and minor damage in Oman and Somalia ...
Cyclone - Other Planets
... Cyclones are not unique to Earth ... Cyclonic storms are common on Jovian planets, such as the Small Dark Spot on Neptune ...

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