The HUD HUD cyclone originated in India in the Bay of Bengal due to the creation of a low pressure area over there.
The cyclone entered India through the coastline of Vishakapatnam where it caused numerous damage to buildings, electric poles, vehicles,etc. Many of the power supplies had been cut to prevent any fatal damage from electricity. The HUD HUD entered on 7th October and it has now slowed down on its path through India. It is been estimated that the speed of the cyclone was 103 km/hr. The government has promised to help the people who had losses due to this. It greatly destroyed the coasts of Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The cyclone caused heavy rains which destroyed numerous public amenities and over 2 lakhs people were evacuated to safe places. The damages caused was more to the buildings and other places like airports but there were too less damage caused to people.