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Typhoon Gay (1989) - Impact and Aftermath - India
... After crossing the Malay Peninsula, Typhoon Gay moved through the Andaman Islands on November 6 ... A few days before Typhoon Gay made landfall, officials in Andhra Pradesh began evacuating roughly 50,000 residents along the coast and stockpiled relief goods ... Striking the southern coast of Andhra Pradesh, Typhoon Gay produced wind gusts estimated at 320 km/h (200 mph) ...
1992 Pacific Typhoon Season - Storms - Super Typhoon Gay
... Typhoon (JMA) Category 5 super typhoon (SSHS) Duration November 13 – December 1 Peak intensity 205 km/h (125 mph), 900 mbar (hPa) Typhoon Gay was the strongest and longest-lasting ... As it moved to the west, Gay steadily intensified and moved through the Marshall Islands as an intensifying typhoon ... Typhoon Gay weakened rapidly after peaking due to interaction with another typhoon, and it struck Guam with winds of 160 km/h (100 mph) on November 23 ...
1989 Pacific Typhoon Season - Storms - Typhoon Gay
... Typhoon (JMA) Category 3 typhoon (SSHS) Duration November 1 – November 4 Peak intensity 140 km/h (85 mph), 960 mbar (hPa) On November 1, a tropical disturbance developed over the Gulf of Thailand ... Classified a tropical storm early on November 2, Gay rapidly intensified into a typhoon over warm waters ... The following day, the storm attained typhoon status and an eye developed within a concentrated area of deep convection ...
Tropical Storm Gay
... The name Gay has been used for five tropical cyclones in the northwest Pacific Ocean. 1981's Typhoon Gay (T8124, 24W, Walding) - A Category 2 typhoon that weakened to a Category 1 before brushing the eastern coast of Japan in October 1981. 1985's Typhoon Gay (T8503, 03W, Bining) - A Category 3 Typhoon that remained well off the coast of Japan in May 1985 ...

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