On November 14, the IMD reported that a depression had developed out of a pre existing disturbance, that was located over the south-west Bay of Bengal near the Tamil Nadu Coast.  A land depression was monitored over Bangladesh by the IMD during May 15. [nb 1][nb 2][nb 3] This included ten systems in the Bay of Bengal and two systems over the Arabian Sea and Bangladesh.  During that day the system gradually developed further as it moved westwards under the influence of the subtropical ridge of high pressure. , The Andhra Pradesh cyclone of May caused considerable damage to properties and was responsible for 967 deaths.  Over the next day the system moved towards the northwest and made landfall on the coast of northern Andhra Pradesh and southern Odisha during August 15. During October 31, the IMD reported that a depression had developed, out of an area of low pressure over the southern Bay of Bengal.  After the monsoon had withdrawn from India, two deep depressions and a depression were monitored as they impacted the Bay of Bengal, India and Bangladesh, while a depression was monitored over the Arabian Sea.  Over the next day the system moved north-westwards and made landfall on the Indian state of Odisha early on June 14.  The depression subsequently became a cyclonic storm early on May 5, before the JTWC initiated advisories on the system and designated it as Tropical Cyclone 02B later that day.  The system subsequently continued to intensify, as it recurved and moved through a break in the subtropical ridge of high pressure. During that time, cyclones were not given any name which is why it is referred to as the AP Cyclone 1990. On May 4, the IMD reported that a tropical depression had developed over the Bay of Bengal, about 600 km (375 mi) to the southeast of Chennai, India. This was the worst Indian cyclone since 1977.  The depression subsequently continued to move west-northwest as a land depression, before it dissipated over Madhya Pradesh during August 17. , During the withdrawal phase of the south-west monsoon on October 7, the IMD reported that a depression had developed over the northern Bay of Bengal.  The system subsequently recurved towards the northeast, before the system dissipated over the sea during November 18.. This cyclone wiped out the Dhanushkodi town(India) as well as thalai mannar town(Sri Lanka) completely.  The system subsequently dissipated over land during November 4.  During the next day the system weakened into a Cyclonic Storm, before it degenerated into a depression.  The system subsequently moved north-westwards and gradually weakened further, before it was last noted during May 11..  370 deaths were recorded in Bangladesh in association with this system, while a storm surge affected Chittagong and caused extensive damage to two offshore islands.  After the system was last noted on May 11, a land depression was monitored over Bangladesh during May 15, while four other systems including the remnant depression of Typhoon Becky were monitored by the IMD during the monsoon season.  During the year a strong south-west monsoon was observed, which produced heavy rain and lead to flooding in India, Bangladesh and Myanmar.  Over the next day the system moved north-westwards and gradually developed into a cyclonic storm, as the JTWC initiated advisories on the depression and assigned it the designation Tropical Cyclone 04B.  The first disturbance of the season was briefly monitored by the JTWC between April 18 – 19, before the second system of the season developed over the Bay of Bengal during May 4. The disturbance gradually strengthened as it took a west-northwesterly path, reaching cyclonic storm strength the next d… India is the place in the North Indian Ocean that is most vulnerable to getting hit by tropical cyclones, from the east or from the west. Please expand the article to include this information.  Early on August 20, the IMD reported that a Depression had developed over the northern Bay of Bengal and was embedded within a deep easterly flow of an anticyclone. North Indian Ocean tropical cyclone seasons, List of North Indian Ocean cyclone seasons, Report on Cyclonic Disturbances (Depressions and Tropical Cyclones) over North Indian Ocean in 1990, "Cyclone eAtlas – IMD Tracks of Cyclones and Depressions over North Indian Ocean (from 1891 onwards)", "Significant Data on Major Disasters Worldwide 1900–present", "Tropical Cyclone 04B best track analysis", "Tropical Cyclone 01B best track analysis", 1990–1999 North Indian Ocean cyclone seasons, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=1990_North_Indian_Ocean_cyclone_season&oldid=979133958, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 19 September 2020, at 00:25.
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