Wednesday, October 25, 2023

Landfall of Cyclone Hamoon occurs in coastal Bangladesh

 NEW DELHI: Cyclonic Tempest 'Hamoon' over beach front Bangladesh has initiated the landfall interaction and is set to debilitate into a profound misery during the following six hours, as indicated by the India Meteorological Division (IMD)."The Cyclonic Tempest Hamoon over seaside Bangladesh lay focused at 0530 hours IST of 25th Oct around 40 km east-southeast of Chittagong (Bangladesh)," the climate division said today adding that it was continuing with "a breeze speed of 80 to 90 kmph blasting to 100 kmph," the IMD posted on X.

It is anticipated to move north eastwards and debilitate into a profound sorrow during next six hours and further into a downturn during resulting six hours, it said.

On Tuesday a 'storm cautioning confine number 2' was mounted at Pamban Port in Rameswaram to caution anglers about the Serious Cyclonic Tempest 'Hamoon' over the Sound of Bengal, port authorities.

Odisha organization had on Monday put all Metropolitan Nearby Bodies (ULB) on alarm considering the arrangement of cyclonic tempest 'Hamoon' in the Narrows of Bengal.

In the interim, the serious cyclonic tempest 'Tej' over waterfront Yemen debilitated into cyclonic tempest at 1130 IST on October 24, the MeT Office expressed on Tuesday that it will move further west-northwestwards and debilitate into a downturn during next six hours.

Likewise, Light to direct precipitation is probable at many spots with detached weighty precipitation over Mizoram on October 25.

Light to direct precipitation is probable at many puts over Mizoram and Tripura for Thursday. Light to direct precipitation is logical at many puts over Nagaland, Manipur and east Arunachal Pradesh on Wednesday and Thursday.

Anglers are exhorted not to wander into the Upper east Narrows of Bengal and along and off Bangladesh and north Myanmar coasts till October 25 and connecting areas of northwest Cove of Bengal and eastcentral Sound of Bengal till Wednesday evening, as indicated by a release by the India MeT division.

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