A comprehensive investigation was carried out to identify the regions affected by different cyclone events. The observations of historical cyclone events are sparse globally, which forced this investigation to estimate the radial wind speed profile by using a parametric model. The selected model was created by G.J. Holland 1980 (Bureau of Meteorology, Australia) and is considered to be generally superior to other similar models by a wide range of tropical cyclone specialists. This model was programmed for calculating winds speed regions around cyclone tracks for different wind speed strengths. Another essential part of the program is to structure the wide range of gathered data sets from different sources. This global cyclone database renders possible post-analysis of historical cyclone events.