The name Cindy has been used for nine tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean.
- Hurricane Cindy (1959), caused minor damage to South Carolina
- Hurricane Cindy (1963), caused $12 million damage and three deaths in Texas and Louisiana
- Tropical Storm Cindy (1981), formed between Bermuda and Nova Scotia, then moved east, ensuring it threatened no land
- Tropical Storm Cindy (1987), stayed in the open sea, dissipated hundreds of miles from the Azores
- Tropical Storm Cindy (1993), the tropical depression that became Cindy crossed Martinique, killing two; as a tropical storm, it made landfall on the Dominican Republic, killing two more
- Hurricane Cindy (1999), reached Category 4 but never threatened land
- Hurricane Cindy (2005), made landfall near Grand Isle, Louisiana, as a weak hurricane; moderate flooding and some tornado damage reported; originally reported as a tropical storm but was later upgraded to a hurricane
- Tropical Storm Cindy (2011), formed northeast of Bermuda and moved out to sea
- Tropical Storm Cindy (2017), first tropical cyclone to make landfall in Louisiana since 2012's Hurricane Isaac
The name Cindy was used once in the Southwest Indian Ocean.
- Tropical Storm Cindy (1998), originally named Victor in the Australian region; renamed by Mauritius as Cindy as it passed into the Southwest Indian Ocean
The name Cindy was used once in the Australian region.
- Cyclone Cindy (1970), 11 to 22 March in the Gulf of Carpentaria
|This article includes a list of named storms that share the same name (or similar names).
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