low pressure convert cyclone on 16th heavy rain warning in odisha 18th & 19th May
nd will blow at speeds of 60 to 60 kilometers per hour
Bhubaneswar: low pressure convert cyclone on 16th . The low pressure belt created in the southeastern Bay of Bengal and its adjoining South Andaman Sea was transformed into the ‘Well-Marked Low-Pressure’ this morning. The Cyclone Warning Center of the Indian Meteorological Department has forecast that there will be a cyclone and later 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.
However, the Indian Meteorological Department’s Cyclone Warning Center said it was “impossible to make any predictions about where the storm will cross the coast.” However, the effects of the sea storm will be felt along the coast of Odisha. The epicenter was reported below the Andhra Pradesh coast, however; no tsunami alert was issued. The Cyclone Warning Center of the Indian Meteorological Department warned of strong winds of 70 to 80 km per hour along the coast of West Bengal, including the North Coast, on the 19th. It also advised not to venture into the sea during this time as the sea is likely to be turbulent as a result.
The monsoon will intensify in the southwestern Bay of Bengal, the Andaman Sea and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the cyclone warning center of the Indian Meteorological Department said in a statement.