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Bengal is predicted to experience significant damage

  • A cyclone Remal alert has been issued by the IMD, indicating that the depression is moving northeast.
  • by May 25, it will strengthen into a cyclonic storm over the Bay.
  • On May 26 and 27, there will likely be a lot of rain, with mild to moderate precipitation in most places.

A cyclone Remal alert has been issued by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), indicating that as the depression moves northeast, West Bengal and Odisha may see intense rainfall. It is anticipated that the cyclone will strengthen into a cyclonic storm by May 25 and make landfall on West Bengal’s beaches on Sunday night as a severe cyclonic storm. With its predicted formation, it will be called ‘Remal’ and will be the first natural event of the pre-monsoon season in the Bay of Bengal.

It is anticipated that by May 24, the cyclone will weaken into a depression over the middle Bay of Bengal, and by May 25, it will strengthen into a cyclonic storm over the Bay.

Cyclone Remal

By May 26, it will have intensified into a powerful cyclonic storm and be over Bangladesh and West Bengal. On May 26 and 27, there will likely be a lot of rain, with mild to moderate precipitation in most places. The brunt of the heavy to extremely severe rainfall may fall on a few remote coastal regions of West Bengal and adjacent parts of North Odisha.

It is expected that the central region and the neighboring South Bay of Bengal will see windy and stormy weather, with gusts of up to 60 kmph and wind speeds of 40 to 50 kmph. Winds in the middle Bay of Bengal are predicted to pick up, with gusts possibly reaching 70 kmph. Expect wind speeds to reach 50–60 kmph.

With gusts of up to 80 kmph and winds of between 60 and 70 kmph, it is expected that these strong winds will spread into the nearby areas of the North Bay of Bengal by Thursday morning, May 25. When May 26th approaches, wind gusts could reach 120 kmph in the North Bay of Bengal. Wind speeds are predicted to increase to 100–110 kmph.

The approach of Cyclone Remal is expected to cause stormy sea conditions as well, particularly over the central and adjacent southern regions of the Bay of Bengal.

In the early hours of May 25, the temperament of the sea is predicted to worsen and become overly agitated in the middle Bay of Bengal. It is also predicted that the sea’s agitation would worsen and reach dangerous levels in the North Bay from the May 25th evening until the May 27th daybreak. It is recommended that fishermen avoid the South and Central Bays of Bengal until May 24, May 26, and May 27, respectively.

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