Cyclone Moka is eye-catching in the Bay of Bengal, monsoon warnings are issued in 4 states of the east coast

G is a 24 hour digital bureau: Ampan’s memory is still vivid. In the meantime, the footsteps of Cyclone Moka are being heard, and the fear is increasing. However, on May 7, Moka’s course of action will be clear. However, in the meantime, Delhi’s Mausam Bhavan has issued warnings for 4 states of the country. West Bengal is also in that list. People in coastal areas are on alert and fishermen are prohibited from going into the sea.

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Meteorologists can’t say anything clearly now that Moka will make landfall. However, it is said that a cyclone is forming in South Bay of Bengal tomorrow. As a result, a low pressure area will form over several areas on Sunday. It may develop into a strong depression on Monday. According to Mausam Bhavan, the low pressure may turn into a cyclone on May 9. The situation is being monitored. This is what the Director General of IMD said.

According to Mausam Bhavan, the speed of the storm may reach 60 km per hour in the coastal areas of Southeast Bay of Bengal on May 7. The next day, the speed of the storm may increase to 70 km per hour. On May 10, the speed of the storm may increase up to 80 km.

Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh are among the 4 states under monsoon warning. Under Moka’s influence, heavy rains with thunder may occur in the two states. It is feared that the force of the storm may turn towards Bangladesh. But before that, it can cause huge damage to the coast of Odisha. Odisha government has been warned for this. Along with Odisha, West Bengal is also under the warning circle of monsoon building. Fishermen are prohibited from going to sea from May 8-11. NDRF and SDRF teams have been asked to be alert in storm-prone districts of the state.

A warning has been issued for tourists in Andaman and Nicobar Islands due to the impact of Moka. It has been advised to stop all recreational activities in the sea and its coastal areas from Monday to Thursday. The Meteorological Department issued a warning to fishermen and advised tourists not to operate vessels at that time.

Andaman and Nicobar Islands will experience inclement weather. Heavy to very heavy rain warning is in place for Nicobar Islands. Heavy rain warning will also be in Andaman Islands. Heavy rains may occur in these two archipelago areas on Sunday and Monday.

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