Cyclone alert in Odisha: Hurricane Andaman will rise from the sea, strong winds will blow on May 8, IMD alert

Cyclone alert in Odisha: Hurricane Andaman will rise from the sea, strong winds will blow on May 8, IMD alert

Cyclone alert in Odisha: The Odisha government on Wednesday said it was ready for a hurricane to hit the state.
Cyclone alert in Odisha: Hurricane Andaman will rise from the sea, strong winds will blow on May 8, IMD alert

Cyclone alert in Odisha: Typhoon is forming around the Andaman Sea in Odisha. It will move northwest after three days. According to IMD, senior scientist Omashankar Das, according to our estimates, the wind speed will now be between 40-50 km per hour. It will increase further from May 8 and can go up to 75 km per hour. Fishermen in the Andaman Sea, the Middle East Bay of Bengal and the South East Bay of Bengal have been told not to work. “Once the low pressure forms, we will be able to know more about which coast the winds will blow,” said Omashankar Das, a senior IMD scientist. The Odisha government on Wednesday said it was fully prepared to deal with the storm that hit the state.

Odisha has faced the wrath of repeated storms over the last few years. Chief Secretary SC Mahapatra said that the state was fully prepared for any situation. District Collectors have been notified of a possible disaster. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said a clear picture of the possibility of a storm has not yet emerged. In the South Andaman Sea and around it a cyclonic cyclone extends to the surface of the middle troposphere.

As a result, the area is expected to become a low pressure area around May 6. The IMD said it was likely to move northwest and gradually intensify its depression over the next 48 hours. “We have not made any predictions about the system’s landfall and potential area impact,” said IMD Director General Martyunjay Mohapatra. The people of the state were horrified by the posts on social media claiming that a storm would hit the state.

Mohapatra clarified that not all low pressure cyclones form in the ocean and many of them end up in the ocean. He said that IMD was keeping a close watch on the developments in the South Andaman Sea. Only when the low pressure rises will we be able to predict (about the cyclone). The people of Odisha have been witnessing continuous summer storms for the last three years. They were Toofan Yas in 2021, Toofan Amphan in 2020 and Toofan Fani in 2019.


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