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- Tropical Cyclone Luban is spinning through the Arabian Sea.
- It is forecast to track toward Oman, Yemen or the Gulf of Aden in the week ahead.
- The cyclone is named as Luban by oman authorities.
- Tropical cyclones are most likely to develop in the Arabian Sea in the spring and fall.
- It usually affects the Arabian Peninsula every one to two years.
- The cyclone typically weaken as they approach the Arabian Peninsula due to dry desert air.
- This year, Cyclone Sagar made landfall in western Somalia in May. It was the country’s strongest and westernmost tropical cyclone in records dating to the mid-1960s.
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