How do cyclones form?
Cyclones form over the ocean and move inland. Cyclones need warm water to form so that’s why they usually stop before they get to far inland. Cyclones start from a safer storm and move around in a circle depending on the hemisphere, in the southern hemisphere it moves anti-clock wise and in the northern hemisphere they move clockwise.

All Cyclones have different names because of the destruction level. One of the most destructive is cyclone Andrew on Florida’s coast in 1992 Have you ever thought that there could be a cyclone named after you or someone you know.
The calmest part of the cyclone is the eye where all of the destruction stops but after the eye passes the destruction starts again.