Indonesia's disaster management agency said it had recorded 130 deaths in a cluster of remote islands near East Timor, where another 27 have been officially listed as dead.
Sri Lanka and southern India battened down the hatches for a second time this week as another cyclone approaches from Bay of Bengal.
Cyclone Amphan has reportedly killed 72 people in India and 12 in Bangladesh. Most of the deaths were due to the collapse of walls, drowning and falling trees in both countries.
Amphan is the strongest tropical cyclone to occur in the Bay of Bengal and its probable landfall around the Ganges River Delta will threaten millions in northeast India and Bangladesh.
Cyclone Harold, its strength ranked in the highest category of five, passed over Fiji's south at about midday, levelling homes and snapping communications links in the archipelago, which has adopted curbs on movement to rein in the virus.
National Disaster Management Office Director Vasiti Soko urged locals and the thousands of tourists in Fiji not to be reckless as Sarai lashed the Pacific island nation with heavy rain and destructive winds.
Harvey, the most powerful hurricane to hit the state in half a century, has killed at least 35 people. A chemical plant blew up on Thursday, almost as a passing shot from the deadly storm.
Howling winds, heavy rain and huge seas pounded Australia's northeast on Tuesday as Tropical Cyclone Debbie landed. Police called for a mass evacuation before the storm arrived.
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