Which country was most hit by the rare and historic cyclone Chapala, recently?
Recently, the deadly tropical cyclone Chapala has made landfall on the desert nation of Yemen, causing widespread floods in coastal regions. The cyclone made landfall in the south eastern provinces of Hadramawt and Shabwa along the Gulf of Aden coast of Yemen in Arabian Sea bringing winds of speed more than 100 kms per hour. Cyclone Chapala was formed after a low pressure was formed over the Arabian Sea with deep depression intensity. The low pressure was formed due to record warm water believed to be associated with an El Niño event and low vertical wind shear.