Pusuan ribut

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Pusuan ribut adalah banjir pesisir atau fenomena mirip tsunami yang disebabkan oleh sistem cuaca dengan tekanan rendah (seperti siklon tropis dan siklon ekstratropis yang kuat). Kebanyakan korban siklon tropis meninggal akibat pusuan ribut.

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