By now we were seeing the threat of strong cyclones in the Arabian Sea. But now another cyclone is present with great danger. Its name is Hamun. It got this name because it abounds in the Bay of Bengal. On the other hand, there is a risk of strong cyclone in the Arabian Sea. Such a dire situation is rarely seen in India when two storms are threatened at the same time on both sides of the country. Strong Cyclone in Arabian Sea and Hamun in Bay of Bengal. So let us know about this man in 10 points.
Understand the condition of Cyclone Tej and Hamun in 10 points
- According to the data provided by IMD, the deep depression over Bay of Bengal has moved northward at a speed of 14 km per hour and turned into a cyclone in the last six hours.
- According to the IMD, at 5.30 pm yesterday, the system was about 230 km off Odisha’s Paradwip coast, 360 km south of Digha in West Bengal and 510 km south-southwest of Khepupara in Bangladesh.
- According to the IMD, the storm is likely to intensify into a cyclonic storm in the next few hours.
- According to the sources of Meteorological Department, Cyclone Hamun is likely to cross the coast of Bangladesh and enter somewhere between Khepupara and Chittagong.
- The cyclone is likely to make landfall as a deep depression around 12 noon on October 25. Due to which the weather conditions of many states of the country may change. Due to which the possibility of rain has already been revealed in many states.
- Due to which the state government of Odisha has directed all district collectors to be alert.
- The state government has directed the administration to safely evacuate people from low-lying areas in case of heavy rains.
- According to meteorologists, wind speed will gradually increase from 80-90 kmph to 100 kmph in Bay of Bengal by Tuesday morning.
- Due to the impact of the storm, Odisha received about 15 mm of rain in the last 24 hours. According to the Meteorological Department, there may be light to moderate rain in the coastal areas on Monday and Tuesday.
- The IMD has asked fishermen to stay away from west-central Bay of Bengal and Odisha coast and north Bay of Bengal from Monday-Wednesday.