Overall Green alert Tropical Cyclone for FOUR-21
in India
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Impact Single TC
Impact all weather systems in the area


Tropical Cyclone FOUR-21 can have a low humanitarian impact based on the maximum sustained wind speed,exposed population and vulnerability.

Meteorological source GDACS
Exposed countries India
Exposed population No people in Category 1 or higher
Maximum wind speed 65 km/h
Maximum storm surge n.a.
Vulnerability High (India)
Landfall between
11 Nov 2021 06:00 - 11 Nov 2021 12:00

in India


GDACS alert score for Tropical Cyclones is 0.5 (GREEN Alert), 1.5 (ORANGE Alert), 2.5 (RED Alert)
For more info on GDACS alert score click here.
  Wind Storm surge Rainfall GDACS score
GDACS Current 56 km/h n.a. n.a. 0.5
GDACS Overall 65 km/h 0.0 m n.a. 0.5

Maximum winds, storm surge, rainfall (Current: over the next 72 h, Overall: entire TC track)


56 km/h Current Max.

Up to 12.7 million people in Tropical Storm strength or higher (see SSHS)

Impact Timeline

Alert Date (UTC) Max Winds (km/h) Population in
Tropical Storm or higher
Population in
Cat 1. or higher
Green 1 11 Nov 2021 06:00 65 13.6 million No people India
Green 2 11 Nov 2021 12:00 56 12.7 million No people India

Bulletin Timeline

Alert Date (UTC) Category Max winds
Population in
Tropical Storm
Population in
Cat.1 or higher
Location (lat, lon) Countries
1 11 Nov 2021 06:00 Tropical storm 65 no people no people 13, 80.9
2 11 Nov 2021 12:00 Tropical depression 56 no people no people 13.1, 80 India
2 12 Nov 2021 00:00 Tropical depression 46 no people no people 13.3, 79.2 India
2 12 Nov 2021 12:00 Tropical depression 37 no people no people 13.5, 78.6 India
Actual track of the current bulletin
The alert for forecast greater than 3 days is limited to Orange level.

Exposed population - AoIs

Exposed population in the potential affected countries, provinces and populated places

Critical infrastructure

Airports, ports, nuclear plants and hydrodams at risk, if affected, are listed below.


Rainfall accumulation of the past 24h, as detected by the Global Precipitation Measurement mission of NASA. For more information, see https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/GPM/main/index.html.



The JRC has developed an experimental global storm surge model. The calculations are published about 20 minutes after a new advisory is detected by GDACS. The calculations identify the populated places affected by storm surge up to three days in advance, using the forecasted track. When forecasts change, the associated storm surge changes too and alert levels may go up or down. All links, data, statistics and maps refer to the latest available calculation. If the calculation for the last advisory is not completed, the latest available calculation is shown.