The coastal flooding triggered by cyclone is as destructive as wind but can be even more deadly, and is by far the greatest threat to life and property along the coastline. Storm surge, wave, and tides are the greatest contributors to coastal flooding, while precipitation and river flow also contribute during some storms.
Storm surge and coastal flooding depend on a number of factors. These factors include the intensity of a storm, its size, translational speed, angle of approach to the coast, landfall location, and the bottom slope at that location. Weather Analytica provides
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- Cyclone Storm Surge Maximum Heights and strike Probability
- Heavy Rainfall Flooding Risks (Low, Med, High)
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