This is a table of all storms in the 2019 North Indian Ocean cyclone season. The IMD then initiated advisories on the storm, making Pabuk the earliest-forming cyclonic storm for this basin, surpassing Hibaru in 2005, as well as the first cyclonic storm with a name originally assigned by RSMC Tokyo. A well-marked low pressure area strengthened into a depression on October 30.  On June 9, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) noted the development of a low-pressure area over the southeastern Arabian Sea, to the north of the Maldives. The Weather Company’s primary journalistic mission is to report on breaking weather news, the environment and the importance of science to our lives. It mentions all of the season's storms and their names, duration, peak intensities (according to the IMD storm scale), damage, and death totals. The pressure decreased to 932 hPa (27.52 inHg), three-minute sustained winds increased to 215 km/h (135 mph), and one-minute sustained winds to 250 km/h (155 mph), making the system the equivalent of a high-end Category 4 major hurricane. The scope of this article is limited to the Indian Ocean in the Northern Hemisphere, east of the Horn of Africa and west of the Malay Peninsula. A total of seven cyclones hit Indian Coasts in 2019.  Later that day, at 06:00 UTC, Vayu reached its peak intensity as a very severe tropical cyclone, with three-minute sustained winds of 150 km/h (90 km/h) and a minimum pressure of 970 hPa (28.64 inHg). Light to moderate rainfall is likely to start over coastal districts of Odisha and West Bengal from Saturday onwards. Vayu strengthened into a very severe cyclonic storm soon afterward, and became a Category 2-equivalent very severe cyclonic storm on June 12. On October 25, owing to high sea surface temperatures, low shear and a moist environment, Kyarr began a period of rapid intensification and strengthened into a very severe cyclonic storm. On August 6, a depression formed over the northwestern Bay of Bengal, with the IMD giving the storm the identifier BOB 03. , Heavy rains associated with the depression caused extensive flooding in Tamil Nadu.  At 03:00 UTC on 17 June, Vayu weakened into a deep depression, before weakening further to a depression six hours later. Pawan eventually made landfall in the Puntland region of Somalia, just south of Eyl, late on December 6, bringing heavy rain and mudslides to the surrounding areas. Soon afterward, the system intensified into a deep depression, while approaching the north Odisha coastline. Heavy rains & winds killed people, destroyed livestock. On December 6, the JTWC began to monitor an area of low pressure near the newly-formed Cyclonic Storm Pawan.  Later that day, Fani degenerated into a well-marked low, before dissipating on the next day. The system later intensified into a deep depression during the early hours of December 9.  At 12:00 UTC on 29 April, Fani was upgraded to a severe cyclonic storm, with the system beginning to undergo rapid intensification. This story does not necessarily represent the position of our parent company, IBM. The season's first named storm, Pabuk, entered the basin on January 4, becoming the earliest-forming cyclonic storm of the North Indian Ocean on record. In early June, a strong pulse of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) led to the development of the third cyclonic storm, Vayu, which formed June 10 in the Arabian Sea near the Maldives. The system gradually intensified into a severe cyclonic storm and then reached its peak intensity as a very severe cyclonic storm with 90 mph 3-min sustained wind speeds. Even as the Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm Maha rages over the Arabian Sea, the Bay of Bengal depression is all set to intensify further into a cyclonic storm by Wednesday morning. Two vehicles were swept away by torrential rain generated by the storm in Bosaso, while two boats capsized off the coast of Eyl due to rough surf. , A depression formed over Gulf of Kutch and neighborhood Gujarat coast close to Kandla on September 30. The other chief amount of rainfall being: Parangipettai- 184mm, Meenambakkam 114mm, Vellore 82mm, and Karaikal 86mm. On December 10, the system degenerated into a well-marked low off the coast of Somalia. Cyclone Bulbul: Another cyclone which affected both West Bengal and Bangladesh, Bulbul was a Very Severe Cyclonic Storm. The 2019 North Indian Ocean cyclone season was one of the most active North Indian Ocean cyclone seasons ever recorded, featuring 12 depressions, 11 deep depressions, 8 cyclonic storms, a record 6 severe cyclonic storms, a record 6 very severe cyclonic storms, a record 3 extremely severe cyclonic storms, and 1 super cyclonic storm, Kyarr, the first since Cyclone Gonu in 2007. Heavy rains battered much of Odisha, with accumulations peaking at 382.6 mm (15.06 in) in Lanjigarh. Shortly afterward, Pabuk made landfall over southern Thailand on January 4 and crossed into the Andaman Sea. In 2018, cyclones Luban, Mekanu and Sagar developed in this region. The Paravanar River topped its banks, flooding an estimated 10,000 homes. Recently searched locations will be displayed if there is no search query. This wind shear caused Pawan's convection to briefly dissipate, but it soon regenerated.  The system quickly intensified into a Severe Cyclonic Storm over the next day.  Flooding across the state killed three people, left two missing, and affected 130,000 others. A total of 2,081 homes suffered damage, and 14,332 people required evacuation.. Forecast position of Cyclone Bulbul on Sunday 11:30 pm. Kyarr dissipated off the coast of Somalia on November 1. Bulbul underwent a rapid intensification, becoming a very severe cyclonic storm on November 8.. Originally a tropical storm that formed over the South China Sea on January 1, Pabuk entered the Gulf of Thailand. Bhubaneswar: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) regional centre here forecasted Monday morning that, the ‘deep depression’ over southwest and adjoining the southeast Bay of Bengal is very likely to intensify into a cyclonic storm during next 24 hours. Currently, the depression is around 950 km from the coast of Odisha.  During then night of December 2, three homes collapsed in Mettupalayam killing 17 occupants.  Over the next few days, Pabuk continued moving west-northwestward, before weakening into a well-marked low on January 7. Amid a weak El Niño event, the season's first named storm, Pabuk, entered the basin on January 4, becoming the earliest-forming cyclonic storm of the North Indian Ocean on record, tying with the 2014 season.  Later that day, the system intensified into Cyclonic Storm Fani, while shifting to the northwest. HIMAWARI - 8 Severe Weather  Fani continued rapidly intensifying, becoming an extremely severe cyclonic storm at 17:00 UTC on April 30. The storm subsequently intensified into a very severe cyclonic storm on June 12, after moving northwestward towards northwestern India and Pakistan. Initial forecasts expected the system to intensify into a cyclonic storm, however, a high amount of wind shear caused it to weaken substantially, and it weakened into a low-pressure area on December 5, west of the Indian coast. The 2019 North Indian Ocean cyclone season is the most active North Indian Ocean cyclone season ever recorded, featuring 12 depressions, 11 deep depressions, 8 cyclonic storms, a record 6 severe cyclonic storms, a record 6 very severe cyclonic storms, a record 3 extremely severe cyclonic storms, and 1 super cyclonic storm, Kyarr, the first since Cyclone Gonu in 2007. The previous cyclone over the Bay of Bengal was Cyclone Fani which hit Puri in Odisha on May 3, 2019, killing 89 people in eastern India and Bangladesh. Early on June 10, a depression formed in the Arabian Sea, just northwest of the Maldives, and the IMD gave the storm the identifier ARB 01.