Cyclone Amphan Fear in Odisha again
low pressure 7th & cyclonic storm on 9th
Bhubaneswar: Cyclone Amphan Fear in Odisha again . The low pressure area in the southeastern Bay of Bengal is unlikely to intensify. According to a report in the News, it could be extinct only in the central Bay of Bengal. However, there is a possibility of another low pressure area, and there are fears that it could take the form of winds along with the current low pressure area. It is predicted that on the 7th, 9th and 11th of next month it will be clear whether the light pressure that will be created will take the form of a hurricane, how severe it will be if it takes the form of a hurricane, and above all where it will touch the ground. It is said to be called “Amphan” if the wind blows.
On May 3 last year, the cyclone hit the coast of Puri. It’s been a year since yesterday, and the issue’s end has the recaptured Doomsday in the control of the KGB again.
After studying various models, retired meteorologist Dr. Surendra Nath’s Pasupalak forecast predicts that the low pressure area created on the 1st will remain stable. Unable to condense due to adverse conditions. It will move northwest in the next 7 or 8 days, and by the 8th it will have weakened and disappeared.
According to the Indian Meteorological Department’s website, the GFS7 model says another cyclone will form in the southwestern Bay of Bengal adjacent to Sri Lanka on the 8th. However, with the current low pressure, the cyclone will intensify and intensify into a low pressure area on the 7th. Later, it will intensify and settle in the southwestern Bay of Bengal, away from Chennai, on the 11th. According to the estimate, the storm is likely to hit the northern Andhra Pradesh coast on the 13th and the West Bengal and Bangladesh coast on the 16th. As a result, the possibility of heavy winds and heavy rains off the coast of Odisha cannot be ruled out.
According to the European model, a cyclone will hit the Kerala-Tamil Nadu adjoining area on the 8th. It will be condensed by the 10th. So the model is now silent on whether it will take the form of a storm.
According to Dr. Pashupalak, the situation is favorable for the storm. The winds are blowing strong in the Indian Ocean adjacent to India. Frequent clouds. From the Arabian Sea, the north-west winds are blowing into the Indian Ocean, and the Indian Ocean winds are blowing in the northeast over the Bay of Bengal. So the cyclone is creating. The sea level is estimated to be 31 degrees Celsius at this time. “It simply came to our notice then. However, the MGO remained weak until the 11th, as some models did not provide a clear indication of the storm.
India’s meteorological center, GFS Model A, has indicated that it will clarify by the 8th. It is also looking into possible areas.