The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has strongly confirmed the probability of the formation of a cyclone over the Bay of Bengal after October 22. But have you ever wondered how are cyclones named and why. Read on to find out.
IMD DG Mrutyunjay Mohapatra on Tuesday said that the system is likely to move west-northwest wards and concentrate into a depression by October 22 over central Bay of Bengal.
As per today’s forecast by IMD, a cyclonic circulation lies over south Andaman Sea and neighbourhood and extends upto 3.1 km above mean sea level.
A study of the wind models like Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS), Bureau of Meteorology (BoM), Australia, NCEP-GFS and ECMWF, the cyclonic system will have a sustained surface wind in the range of 79-88 km/hr
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The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday said that after the formation of a Depression, the system will intensify into a ‘Cyclonic Storm’ over Central Bay of Bengal during the subsequent 24 hours.
As per IMD, the low pressure system is likely to move west -northwestwards and concentrate into a Depression by tomorrow (December 2) and further intensify into a cyclonic storm over Central Bay of Bengal during the subsequent 24 hours.
With a low pressure brewing up in South Andaman Sea stroking fears of a cyclone for Odisha, the farmers of the State, particularly from the South and coastal belts are losing sleep for fear of suffering losses just before the harvesting period.
The cyclonic storm is likely to cross the two states –South of Odisha and neighbouring Andhra Pradesh with wind speed of 70 to 80 kmph and gusting up to 90kmph on Sunday evening (September 26).
A cyclone is going to form over Bay of Bengal and it will be heading towards the Odisha and West Bengal Coast, said Director General of India Meteorological Department (IMD) Mrutyunjay Mohapatra.
Bhubaneswar: National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) in collaboration with India Meteorological Department (IMD) has developed a web-based Dynamic Composite Risk Analysis (Web-DCRA) & Decision Support System (DSS) tool for forecasting the expected damage associated with the landfalling cyclones over the coastal districts in the country. This will enable the disaster managers to conduct a better […]