Severe cyclone brews up in Bay of Bengal; heavy rains likely in Odisha, northeast
NEW DELHI: The deep depression on the Bay of Bengal is gaining momentum and is transformed into a cyclonic storm, called MORA, warned the Meteorological Department of India. The cyclone is likely to intensify in a powerful cyclone within the next 12 hours.
Under the influence of the deep depression in the center of the Bay of Bengal, which is likely to intensify in a cyclonic storm over the next 24 hours, conditions are favorable for the southern advance of the monsoon parts of the western sea of Saudi Arabia , Southwest of the Bay of Bengal and is the center of the Bay of Bengal, the remaining parts of the southeast of the Bay of Bengal and parts of the Midwest and north of the Bay of Bengal for the next 24 hours, said weather forecasts Of an IMD bulletin.
With the strengthening of the west winds and the likely northward movement of the cutting area, conditions are also favorable for the advance of the south-west monsoon and its adjustment in Kerala and in some parts of the north – May 31, according to the IMD bulletin.
The hollow by sea level in the west of Rajasthan the center of the cyclonic storm in the Bay of Bengalien Eastcentral through Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Odisha extends up to 0.9 km above the mean level of the sea persists.
According to the IMD, the deep depression in the Bay of Bengal is the center has shifted towards the northeast during the last 6 hours, with a speed of 18 kmh peak centered at 17 h 30 IST Sunday in the eastern bay of Bengal near the Latitude 15.7 ° N and Longitude 90.7 ° E, about 800 km near the south-southeast of Calcutta and 740 km south-southwest of Chittagong.
Storms of rice with a thunderstorm that are likely to be located in parts of Bengal and the state may prevail until May 30, according to IMD’s national weather forecasts in this press release. On May 31, the Met has issued a warning of heavy rains for the region. Rain and thunderstorms likely to occur in a few places in Odisha in the next 24 hours due to cyclone storm ‘Mora’.
From June 3 to June 5 IMD predicted rain and storms in many more places in Kerala, the Lakshadweep Islands, Port Blair and the Northeastern states, a few places in India to the east and east of Madhya Pradesh and isolated places in The rest of the country to the West outside of India
Conditions are also favorable for the advancement of the southwest monsoon in the northeastern segment of India covering Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura from 30 to 31 May the publication added. With the strengthening of the western winds and the northern shear zone, conditions are also favorable for the advance of the south-west monsoon in parts of the South-Arabian Sea, the Maldives-Comorin region and in the south of Kerala 30 to 31 05
Wave conditions of severe heat are observed in a few more places of Rajasthan; Conditions of heat waves observed in several places with an intense heat wave in isolated places in the west of Madhya Pradesh; Heat wave in isolated areas with a large heat wave in isolated locations in Vidarbha and east Madhya Pradesh and heat waves in remote locations in Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi.