A cyclone is known as a mass of air that rotates around the centre of low pressure on a large scale. It has been recorded that Typhoon Tip, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Warling, was the largest and most intense tropical cyclone ever recorded. When there is disturbances oin the atmosphere, around a low-pressure area distinguished by swift and often destructive air circulation, cyclones are being caused. Cyclones result in the destruction of houses, buildings, transportation, electricity and death of livestock. They can include a number of different hazards that can individually cause significant impacts on life and property, such as storm surge, flooding, extreme winds, tornadoes and lighting. it the most dangerous natural hazard to people.