I have a region on a planet with identical parameters to Earth but different landmasses that is rather similar to the southern ocean on Earth.
There is a single piece of land around the size of the Pacific Northwest that sticks down into the 50 S latitudes. To the west of it but beneath the 60 S parallel, there is a continent twice the size of Greenland generally extending south and fully glaciated. There is no other land south of the 45th parallel.
I'd like this ocean to generate cyclonic storms stronger than the ones in our own Southern Ocean. Will it already do that or are there any other changes to the distribution of land and water and other things that aren't like orbital distance and mass that I can do to increase the strength of low pressure systems forming in this ocean that will impact the land?
This is a map of southern winter average temperatures for reference.