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Tag: Cyclone Amphan During Covid 19

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Fani hit Odisha in May 2019, will cyclone Amphan miss this time?

Bhubaneswar: Last May, Odisha saw with horror the wrath of snake (cylone Fani (Foni) snake hood) dance. This May, Bay of Bengal is ready with another terror – cyclone Amphan. But lead Met agencies believe, there is a twist in the wind this time. Cyclone Amphan is very likely to miss the Odisha coast. In […]

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Cyclone Amphan likely to pass within 300-km radius from Odisha coasts

Bhubaneswar: With as many as nine reputed Met models having unanimously predicted that the cyclone-in-making, Amphan will date Bangladesh coming Wednesday, it is certain that Odisha will not see the redux of last May’s Fani ferocity. But the disconcerting music to the State’s ear is, nearly eight of them have made a prediction that cyclone […]

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Cyclone Amphan will induce heavy rains, gales in coastal Odisha!

Bhubaneswar: With IMD finally confirming the birth of season’s first pre-Monsoon cyclone Amphan today, will Odisha see a Fani redux this May? While IMD is still to release the track details of cyclone Amphan, the conditions in Bay of Bengal drop some big hints. And various Met models predict that cyclone Amphan will head for […]

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Cyclone Amphan weakens but threat still exists!

Bhubaneswar: In a big development, the low level circulation of cloud clusters over south Andaman sea and adjoining south-east Bay of Bengal (BoB) becomes less marked today. The weakening signs become more apparent today as the cloud top temperature of the low level closely circulated cloud clusters over the south Andaman sea dropped to around […]

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Cyclone Amphan will grow to a very severe cyclonic storm: Europe Met Model

Bhubaneswar: Already grappling with the COVID menace imported from overseas, the country is keenly watching at the development of another danger brewing in the seas this time. And which coincidentally shares the same initial ‘C’  – the ‘Cyclone’ in the Andaman seas. This cyclone seems not in a hurry. Many international Met models predict it […]

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