Stronger cyclone Jawad, how much influence in which district of the state? – To world



Lightning predicts heavy rains in some districts.


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Lightning predicts heavy rains in some districts.

Javad is coming. Today, Friday at 11.30 a.m., the cyclone saved even more energy. According to the Alipore Meteorological Department, Jawad, located in the west-central Bay of Bengal, is 420 km south and southwest of Visakhapatnam and about 650 km south and southwest of Paradwip in Orissa.

Jawad is gradually advancing towards the northwest. The cyclone will intensify along the way. Tomorrow, December 4th, Jawad will reach the coast of northern Andhra Pradesh. Then the cyclone will take a turn. Later we continue along the coast of Orissa. There is a risk of Java crashing on the coast of Puri on December 5th.

After that, Jawad will gradually reach north and reach Bengal. However, the Alipore Meteorological Department did not say whether it would be by sea or by land. Because of this cyclone, there is a heavy rain warning for the next three days in several districts of southern Bengal, including the coastal areas of the state.

On the same day, the deputy general director of Alipore’s Meteorological Department, Sanjeev Bandyopadhyay, said that if Java hit the ground, the speed of Java could be 110 km per hour. The Javanese influence will fall on southern Bengal. There will be strong winds and rain. Tomorrow, December 4th, heavy rains are expected in two Midnapore, two 24 Parganas, Jhargram, Howrah and Hughli. In the afternoon the wind blows at 55-60 km / h.

The rain will increase on December 5th. Aside from the East Midnapore coastline, South 24 Parganas, Kolkata, Howrah and Hughli will receive showers starting this morning. The wind blows at a speed of 60-70 km / h. This situation will last about 12 hours. The next day, December 6, the Alipore Meteorological Department forecast heavy rainfall in Nadia, Murshidabad, bordering Bangladesh. The wind blows at a speed of around 40 km / h.

Fishermen were warned not to go to sea for the next three days. The weather department announced in advance that the storm rains could damage the harvests. Warnings were also issued to keep the tourist spots empty.

Alipore’s weather department predicts that the weather will change from Jan.

Reference-www.nach-welt.com

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