Ramal cyclone is coming to wreak havoc amidst the scorching heat, know 10 important things related to it.

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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New Delhi: A powerful cyclone is forming in the low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal, which can gradually turn into a powerful cyclone. The name of this cyclone is 'Remal'. Cyclone Remal may affect the coastal areas of Bangladesh and India in late May 2024. Due to this cyclone, heavy rains and strong winds may occur in the coastal areas of Bangladesh and India between 24 and 28 May. According to the Meteorological Department, this cyclone may hit the coast somewhere between Sagar Island in West Bengal and Khepupara in Bangladesh. The Meteorological Department estimates that when the storm arrives, the wind speed may be 100 to 120 kilometers per hour.

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1. Cyclone Ramal is currently located over the central Bay of Bengal, about 800 km southwest of Khepupara (Bangladesh) and 810 km south of Canning (West Bengal).

2. According to the Meteorological Department, it is likely to turn into a cyclonic storm by the morning of May 25. It will then move northwards and may turn into a severe cyclonic storm by Saturday night.

3. A Meteorological Department official said that the water temperature of the North Indian Ocean is very high (30 to 31 degrees Celsius), due to which this cyclone can become even more powerful.

4. The weather department has warned of heavy to very heavy rains in Kolkata, South and North 24 Parganas, East Medinipur and Howrah districts on May 26 and 27.

5. These days, winds can blow at a speed of 90 to 100 kilometres per hour in South 24 Parganas, 80 to 90 kilometres per hour in East Medinipur and 60 to 70 kilometres per hour in Kolkata, North 24 Parganas and Howrah.

6. Light to moderate rain and thundershowers are likely over North and South Odisha from May 25.

7. Light to moderate rain may occur over Mizoram, Tripura and South Manipur on May 26. Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Mizoram, Manipur and Tripura may also receive rain on May 27 and 28.

8. The Meteorological Department has warned fishermen not to venture into the sea in the northern parts of the Bay of Bengal till the morning of May 27.

9. Monsoon winds are already blowing over the peninsular region, due to which this storm is still associated with the monsoon.

10. However, the Meteorological Department has not predicted any impact due to the cyclone on the sixth phase of the Lok Sabha elections (May 25).

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