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Australian Region Tropical Cyclone Season 1939-1940
Season 1939-1940 Summaries: [BoM-AU]
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Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) Tropical Cyclone Data
Generally includes all tropical cyclones if the track commenced or moved into the
Australian warning areas (between 90 E and 160 E).

Cyclone Name Map
ID
Cyclone
Number
Basin Date Range (UTC) Min
CP
Max
Winds
Tracking Map and data
193940_01 1 144 / 193940_01 SIO 06 Jan 1940 - 09 Jan 1940 990
Tropical Cyclone 193940_01
193940_02 2 145 / 193940_02 SPAC 11 Feb 1940 - 20 Feb 1940 965
Tropical Cyclone 193940_02
193940_03 3 146 / 193940_03 SPAC 20 Feb 1940 - 22 Feb 1940 990
Tropical Cyclone 193940_03
193940_04 4 147 / 193940_04 SPAC 02 Mar 1940 - 07 Mar 1940 1000
Tropical Cyclone 193940_04
193940_05 5 148 / 193940_05 SPAC 14 Mar 1940 - 17 Mar 1940 987
Tropical Cyclone 193940_05
193940_06 6 149 / 193940_06 both 21 Mar 1940 - 29 Mar 1940 972
Tropical Cyclone 193940_06
193940_07 7 150 / 193940_07 SPAC 30 Mar 1940 - 07 Apr 1940 993
Tropical Cyclone 193940_07

Minimum central pressure (CP) in hPa. Maximum winds are 10-min average in knots.

Tropical cyclone tracks developed by Michael Bath using data from the Bureau of Meteorology and Google Maps.


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Document: bom_1939_1940_australian_region_tropical_cyclones.htm Updated: 29 June 2017