In meteorology, a cyclone (/ˈsaɪ.kloʊn/) is a large scale air mass that rotates around a strong center of low atmospheric pressure. Cyclones are characterized by inward spiraling winds that rotate about a zone of low pressure. The largest low-pressure systems are polar vortices and extratropical cyclones of the largest scale (the synoptic scale). Warm-core cyclones such as tropical cyclones and subtropical cyclones also lie within the synoptic scale. Mesocyclones, tornadoes, and dust devils lie within smaller mesoscale. Upper level cyclones can exist without the presence of a surface low, and can pinch off from the base of the tropical upper …

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ACAPS · 28 November 2022 English

Food Challenges to security accessing food x 1 assistance Food Food security expenditure x 1 Food Food This indicator security consumption was not difference quantifiable and between comparable in male- …

information by type of service CWC Information     about cyclones     x x 2   CWC Information about COVID-19    

ECIPE · 25 November 2022 English

The impression now is that Europe is on the retreat and the current European Commission is the first without a strategy to strengthen competitiveness at the EU level since the …

greater risks of droughts, heavy rainfall and cyclones, rapid sea-level rise which harms low small island

AU · 25 November 2022 English


extreme temperatures, excessive floods, powerful cyclones, and prolonged droughts, have and continue to

World Bank Group · 24 November 2022 English

disasters, including weather-related hazards such as cyclones and floods that are increasing their frequency continuity even when climate related disasters such as cyclones and floods disrupt physical access to key services

IPC · 24 November 2022 English

This projection update indicates similarly high levels of food insecurity compared to the first half of the year (January-May 2022); however, the update shows an improvement in the food security …

threatenIePdC bAyM uNn Aunsaulyasl ish 2o0c22ks such as cyclones and flash floods prices, floods, and others -

World Bank Group · 24 November 2022 English

calculated the Disaster Risk Index due to earthquakes, cyclones, floods, droughts and sea-level rise for 181 countries

IMF · 23 November 2022 English

Foreign exchange shortages together with exchange rate misalignment led to a sharp decline in imports including fuel, fertilizer, medicine, and food. Large fiscal deficits, nearly 10 percent of GDP in …

pandemic, the economy was hit hard by consecutive cyclones in the first half of 2022, highlighting Malawi’s quarter of the year, Malawi faced two tropical cyclones, rising commodity prices, and forex shortages—all shortages—all contributing to an imminent BOP crisis. Cyclones Ana and Gombe ravaged crops and damaged infrastructure 2010–22 Real GDP, hard hit by COVID-19, recurring cyclones, and spillovers from the war in Ukraine, slows

IPC · 23 November 2022 English

2 THE IPC FAMINE FACT SHEET THE IPC ACUTE FOOD INSECURITY SCALE The IPC Acute Food Insecurity scale has become the global standard for the classication of acute food insecurity. …

20% 30% Country Technical drought, ooding, and cyclones, Working Group classies as well as human and animal displacements and disrupts such as drought, ooding, and cyclones, people's traditional ways of dealing with can

World Bank Group · 23 November 2022 English

hazards. Jamaica is highly exposed to tropical cyclones, earthquakes, droughts, floods, and landslides Jamaica’s contingent liabilities related to tropical cyclones and floods average US$121 million annually (J$17

World Bank Group · 23 November 2022 English

rainfall, riverine floods, flash floods, and cyclones. Climate hazards have increased in frequency, and the impact of two cyclones in 2019. Climate-related shocks, including cyclones, floods and prolonged

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