Learn the Cyclone Jaw Deep Anxiety Storm Wind Speed ​​and Rain Warning

Bubaneswar mourn The remnants of the cyclone Jawad, a deep-seated cyclone on the west coast of Bengal, could reach Odisha beach near Puri at noon.

The Indian Meteorological Department has released the forecast and strength of the system when it hits the coast of Odisha.

According to IMD’s latest weather data, the cyclone Cyclone in Bengal West Midwest has moved at a speed of 15 km / h in the north-northeast for the past 06 hours and today at 5.30am near the northwestern and neighboring west coast of Bengal. 18.2 ° N and longer. 85.4 ° E, 130 km south-southeast of Vishakapatam (Andra Pradesh), 130 km south-south-east of Gopalpur (Odisha), 180 km south-west of Odisha, and 270 km south-southwest of Paradep. Odisha).

It can move north-northeast, weaken to depression, and reach Odisha beach near Puri today at 5 p.m. It then continues to travel and weaken along the coast of Odisha Beach to the west coast of Bengal. Over the next 12 hours, move to a well-known low-pressure area.

View and forecast trail with Deep Depression (Cyclone Storm ‘Jawad’ Remains) in northwestern Bengal, northwest of 0000 UTC 5th December 2000

Viewed and Predicted Track Quadrant Wind Distribution Depression (Cyclone Storm ‘Jawad’ Remains) Based in northwest West Central Bay of Bengal, 0000 UTC of 21

The forecast path and strength are presented in the following table.

Rain warning;

Dec. 5-6 Screaming Orange Warning Extreme levels of rainfall may occur in one or two areas of Puri, Horda, Katak, Jagatingspur, Kendrapada, Jaipur, Badrack, Balasore, and Maurbhang.

Yellow warning dro- Extreme levels of rainfall are expected in the isolated areas of Ganjam, Niagara Falls, Keyonjihar, Angul and Denkanal districts.

Wind warning;

A minimum wind speed of 50-60 km / h will reach 50 km0 north-west and neighboring West Bengal. It will gradually decrease from 40-50 km in the northwest to 60 km in the northwest and in the northwestern Bengal Sea until December 5. In the northwestern part of the Gulf of Bengal tonight, December 5, the speed will be reduced from 30-40 to 50 km / h.

Wind speeds of 45-55 km / h 45-55 km / h will be won by Odisha Beach and Odisha Beach until December 5, 2021.

Marine conditions;

The coasts of northwestern and neighboring West Central Bay and north of Andhra Pradesh-Odisha and western Bengal are likely to overcome the most difficult sea conditions in the next 24 hours.

Fishermen’s Warning

Fishermen are advised not to enter the West Central and Northwest Bay and the coasts of North Andhra Pradesh-Odisha-West Bengal for the next 24 hours.

Port warning dro-

Enhance Local Safety Sign No. 3 (LC-3) on all Odyssey ports.

Expected Impact

Ganjam, Puri, Horda, Jagatingspir, Kendrapada and Kutak pick

  • Breaking of tree branches.
  • Local flooding, lowland flooding and water shortages, and the closure of tunnels mainly due to heavy rains in the cities.
  • Occasional visibility due to heavy rainfall.
  • Traffic jams in major cities have led to increased travel time.
  • Minor damage on slippery roads.
  • Damage to horticulture due to flooding in some areas.
  • Damage to banana, papaya and moringa trees due to strong winds.

Balasore, Badrack Jaipur and Myrrhahanj

  • Local flooding, lowland flooding and water shortages, and the closure of tunnels mainly due to heavy rains in the cities.
  • Occasional visibility due to heavy rainfall.
  • Traffic jams in major cities have led to increased travel time.
  • Minor damage on slippery roads.
  • Damage to horticulture due to flooding in some areas.

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