Cyclone kills 19, most under landslide, on Indonesia's Java Island
Video footage showed rivers overflowing and roads and villages submerged in brown water after the storm struck on Tuesday.
"Nineteen people have died, thousands of homes have been flooded and other damage has been caused," Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, spokesman for the Disaster Mitigation Agency, said on Twitter.
Two nearby airports were briefly closed but had since reopened. Flights around Indonesia have been disrupted due to the eruption of a volcano on the neighboring holiday island of Bali to the east.