Influence of a cyclonic storm on another in Bay of Bengal, south China Sea and west Pacific
Three cases when a pair of cyclonic storms interacted with each other have been presented and discussed in this paper. During the interacting phase, the storms moved temporarily in a clockwise manner around a common centre which is reverse of what is postulated in the well known Fujiwhara Effect. A explanation for this unusual movement has been attempted.
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