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In the coastal Bangladesh, Cyclone “Hamoon” makes landfall

  • The cyclonic storm “Hamoon” over coastal Bangladesh has begun the landfall process.
  • It is expected to weaken into a deep depression over the course of the next six hours.
  • Over Mizoram and Tripura on Thursday, there is a good chance of light to moderate rainfall.

According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the cyclonic storm “Hamoon” over coastal Bangladesh has begun the landfall process and is expected to weaken into a deep depression over the course of the next six hours.

“The IMD posted that the Cyclonic Storm Hamoon over coastal Bangladesh was moving at a wind speed of 80 to 90 kmph with gusts up to 100 kmph,” the weather department said today. The storm was centered at 05:30 hours IST on October 25th, roughly 40 km east-southeast of Chittagong (Bangladesh).

Cyclone “Hamoon”

It said that it is expected to move northeast and weaken over the next six hours, moving into a deep depression and then into a deeper depression over the next six hours.

Severe Cyclonic Storm “Hamoon” over the Bay of Bengal has caused port officials in Rameswaram to erect a “storm warning cage number 2” at Pamban Port on Tuesday. The cyclonic storm “Hamoon” that was forming in the Bay of Bengal caused the Odisha administration to place all Urban Local Bodies (ULB) on alert on Monday.

The MeT Department reported on Tuesday that the Severe Cyclonic Storm “TEJ” over coastal Yemen, which intensified at 11:30 IST on October 24, was expected to weaken into a depression over the course of the next six hours and continue to move west-northwest.

Additionally, on October 25, there is a good chance of light to moderate rainfall in many locations and sporadic heavy rainfall over Mizoram.

Over Mizoram and Tripura on Thursday, there is a good chance of light to moderate rainfall in many locations. Over Nagaland, Manipur, and east Arunachal Pradesh on Wednesday and Thursday, there is a very good chance of light to moderate rainfall in many locations.

An India MeT department bulletin advises fishermen not to go into the Northeast Bay of Bengal until October 25, along and off the coasts of Bangladesh and north Myanmar, and into the adjacent areas of the northwest and east central Bays of Bengal until Wednesday afternoon.

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