Cyclone Amphan moving to Wards east coastal

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Bhubaneswar: Cyclone Amphan moving to Wards east coastal  .The low pressure zone created in the southeastern Bay of Bengal and its adjoining South Andaman Sea has received heavy rainfall this evening. The Cyclone Warning Center of the Indian Meteorological Department has forecast that there will be a cyclone and then a cyclone in the morning, May 16, followed by a typhoon.

The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued. It is likely to change its course in the sea by the 17th and eventually move northeast. The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued. “It is difficult to predict exactly where Amphan will cross the land from now on,” he said, adding that the Amphan effect will affect the entire eastern coast of the country, from Odisha to West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
The Cyclone Warning Center of the Indian Meteorological Department has forecast heavy to very heavy rains everywhere from the south coast of Odisha to the north coast from the 18th to the 20th. The epicenter was reported below the Odisha coast, however; the epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued. The Cyclone Warning Center of the Indian Meteorological Department has issued a warning to the state governments of all the states on the east coast of the country and the NDRFF, starting with the central government.

Cyclone Amphan moving to Wards east coastal
The Meteorological Agency disagrees with Amphanthe
Two other major domestic meteorological agencies, on the other hand, have made different predictions about amphibian landfall. Predicting Amphan, Skymet said that Amphan will cross the coast through northern Andhra Pradesh and southern Odisha by 19-20. One of the domestic meteorological analyzes, the Cyclone, predicted that the track would cross Amphan’s track by midnight on the 20th, along the coast of North Odisha and the West Bengal coast, or else it would have to change direction slightly. All the agencies that have made various predictions about the landfall of Amphanj, however, have unanimously predicted that heavy to very heavy rains are likely to occur everywhere from the south coast of Odisha to the north coast of Odisha from the 18th to the 20th.

However, the US Navy’s Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) has so far made no predictions about Amphan. The JTWC has said it will release its forecast only after the low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal turns into a hurricane tomorrow.

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