revolving storm

revolving storm

[ri′välv·iŋ ′stȯrm]
(meteorology)
A cyclonic storm, or one in which the wind revolves about a central low-pressure area.
References in classic literature ?
Shelterless fragments of straw and paper got up revolving storms there, when the main street was at peace; and the water- cart, as if it were drunk or short-sighted, came blundering and jolting round it, making it muddy when all else was clean.
When I recall the tropical revolving storm, which hit the then East Pakistan in 1960, followed by political storm of 1970/71, which resulted in loss of one wing, but the origin is dated back to prior 1970.
Our beloved homeland is in turbulence again since 2007, but now a political revolving storm is heading towards the hills.
Depending on its location and strength, a tropical revolving storm in our region is known as cyclone, Hurricane in Atlantic, Typhoon in Pacific and Willie Willie in Australia.
Revolving storm moving towards Australia might lead to suspension of the largest export iron-ore terminal.
From such warmth, Tropical Revolving Storms, in our context Cyclones, emerge.
The work would be worthwhile if only for its exploration of tropical revolving storms.