Tropical Cyclone Norah

28 October - 4 November 1974


The second cyclone of the season, Norah , also spent its entire life over the waters of the eastern and central Indian Ocean.

Norah was a compact system of moderate intensity. The cyclone passed within 200 km to the north and west of Cocos Island but without causing strong winds or any damage, although it is estimated that winds near the centre would have reached over 100 km/h on 1st November.

For more details see the TC Norah Report (pdf).

Track and intensity

Best Track of Tropical Cyclone Norah