While worldwide surface temperatures have expanded by near 1 degree Centigrade in the course of the most recent 160 years (IPCC, 2007) there is territorial variety in this expansion. Southeast Asia as a locale, has a region of roughly 4,000,000 km² with more than 600 million individuals. It is correlated to consider the area particular effects of an unnatural weather change for Southeast Asia. One potential effect of an unnatural weather change is the change to storm attributes in the district. This brings up a few issues. How much warming has Southeast Asia experienced? Whatever degree are storm attributes changing in Southeast Asia because of an unnatural weather change, also, what are the suggestions for individuals in this district? To answer the principal question of how much warming Southeast Asia has encountered, this paper inspected the current writing on worldwide warming. A writing overview of different works from on storms in Asia was done to decide whether storms are on the ascent in Asia and a pattern arrangement examination of information gathered for the Johor Straits sub-district was led to give some preparatory empirics on the issue. Two contextual investigations of extreme tempests were utilized to outline the effects of tempests and a applied study of tempest readiness concerning the two cases introduced to answer the topic of how individuals in Southeast Asia are influenced. The IPCC (2007) announced a normal of 1°C increment in recorded temperature in the course of the most recent 100 years for Asia, which was gotten from the comes about for 58 reproductions from 14 atmosphere models (IPCC, 2007: 11). Undoubtedly, (Cruz et al., 2007) compressed the accompanying warming patterns for the locale in the IPCC Assessment Report 4 (AR4). “Warming is minimum fast, like the worldwide mean warming, in Southeast Asia, more grounded over South Asia and East Asia and most noteworthy in the mainland inside of Asia (Central, West and North Asia). When all is said in done, anticipated warming over all sub-locales of Asia is higher amid northern hemispheric winter than amid summer forever periods. The most articulated warming is anticipated at high scopes in North Asia” (Cruz et al., 2007: 487). Discovered generally between the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, nations in Southeast Asia encountered the minimum fast warming on the normal. Be that as it may, notwithstanding for this district where warming is the minimum fast, Easterling et al. (1997) detailed that base temperatures have expanded around 2.16°C in the most recent century while greatest temperatures did not change essentially from 1950 to 1997 (Easterling et al., 1997: 366)in Having built up that the locale is for sure warming, does observational confirm exist to demonstrate that tempest qualities are changing in Southeast Asia because of an Earth-wide temperature boost? At the worldwide level, increment inatmosphere and sea temperatures will influence the hydrological cycle as the way water travels through the earth-environment framework changes. For case, Brahic (2007) announced that the Asian Monsoons are fortifying. This is verified from paleoclimatic information from corals in the mid-Holocene, demonstrating more extreme East Asian summer and winter rainstorm amid a hotter mid-Holocene (Morimoto et al., 2007). In view of the anticipated examples of precipitation change by IPCC AR4, while the expansion in normal worldwide temperatures by and large expands the measure of water vapor in the climate, it didn’t prompt increments in precipitation for the whole globe. Surely, since the IPCC Third Appraisal Report (TAR) in 2001, “there is a making strides comprehension of anticipated examples of precipitation. Increments in the measure of precipitation will likely occur in high-scopes, while diminishes are likely to occur in most subtropical land districts (by as much as around 20% in the A1B situation in 2100), proceeding with the watched designs in late patterns” (IPCC, 2007: 16). Dry seasons and surges will increment in force, length and recurrence in numerous zones. “There will be more rain at high scopes, less rain in the dry subtropics, and indeterminate yet presumably generous changes in tropical territories” (Stern, 2007: 62). The primary explanation behind this has been credited to the enlarging of the Hadley course in the tropics. The IPCC AR4 suggested that a predictable debilitating and poleward extension of the Hadley dissemination is analyzed in the environmental change recreations (Lu, Vecchi and Reichler, 2007). Therefore, contrasts in water accessibility between districts will turn out to be progressively articulated. At the end of the day, tempests and dry seasons will turn out to be more articulated.