Severe Cyclone in Bay of Bengal on the 14 th, Know what impact in Odisha

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Bhubaneswar:  Severe Cyclone in Bay of Bengal on the 14 th . A cyclone will form in the southeastern Bay of Bengal on the 7th. “The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued. The reassurance is that it will be far enough away from Odisha and heading towards Myanmar. Meteorologists have not made such a prediction.

The epicenter was reported below the Andaman Sea, however; no tsunami alert was issued. It is unlikely to become more concentrated. However, another low pressure area has been created in the South Bay; Which can take the form of winds. The last 4 days were forecast for possible storms. Some models remained silent at the time. Nowadays, however, most models do not take pictures of the wind.
Meteorologists believe that the components needed for the storm are becoming more favorable.

The meteorologist is a former professor. Surendra Nath, a pastoralist, studied various models, saying that the minimum temperature in the southeastern Bay of Bengal ranged from 30 to 31 degrees Celsius, which is much higher than the 28 degrees Celsius required for winds. Similarly, the humid winds needed to activate the cyclone are becoming more and more prevalent in the Indian Ocean. It also appears that the area is conducive to the entry of winds from all directions into the potential low pressure area. Similarly, the wind is also going in favor of the situation to be dispersed in the upper atmosphere.

Dr. The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued. The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued. At the same time, another cyclone will form in the West Bay of Sri Lanka and adjoining Tamil Nadu. The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued.

According to another model, the epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued.

Severe Cyclone in Bay of Bengal on the 14 th

This means that the winds will move in a northeasterly direction in the central Bay of Bengal, off the coast of southern Andhra Pradesh. South Bangladesh will face the coast or adjoining northern Myanmar. As a result, it will be far from Odisha. So now, according to the picture, there is no fear of Odisha. Because pointing out the relationship, Drs. “Due to the current situation in the North Bay and the prevailing winds in the upper atmosphere, it does not have much of a chance to hit the coast of Odisha,” he said.

The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued. According to the current picture, it is unlikely that it will turn into a hurricane. So by the 12th, it will be clear what shape the wind will take, where it will go and where and when it will touch the ground.

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