Cyclone Mora: As per reports 3, 00,000 citizens have been shifted to cyclone shelters.
The cyclonic storm Mora is also known as Cyclone Mora made its depressing existence at the east central Bay of Bengal. The Cyclone Mora also results in heavy rainfall and landfall in Bangladesh. The Bangladesh Meteorological Department stated that the Cyclone Mora hurricane hit the coast between Cox’s Bazar and the port of Chittagong at 6.00 am (local time).
The storm Cyclone Mora hit Bangladesh with massive risky winds traveling up to 117 kilometers per hour. Bangladesh authorities also issued a warning on Monday that the Cyclone Mora can affect those people who are having their survival and existence in the area near coastal areas to relinquish as the cyclone is expected to intensify.
As per press reports, the Cyclone Mora have affected 3, 00,000 people, so they have already been shifted to cyclone shelters.
Meanwhile, a heavy rainfall warning has been issued in Odisha and West Bengal. Heavy rainfall is also anticipated to affect some parts of Northeast India. As we all know last week almost, approximately around hundred and fifty people lost their lives in Sri Lanka due to the cyclone.
So it is being hoped that Cyclone Mora will be handling soon with no casualty. More details are now awaited being.
Ganesh Kumar Das, a scientist in the Area Cyclone Warning Centre of IMD, Kolkata is stated to a famous media portal, “Based on present conditions, the cyclone storm is likely to transform into a severe cyclonic storm and pass closer to the east coast of Bangladesh, near Chittagong. It will not make a landfall in India. We will only see heavy to very heavy rainfall in the range of 70-11 0mm as a result, and fishermen from Bengal have been warned not to venture into the sea due to squally winds…Just after landfall, the pattern will change and moisture will decrease as it moves close to the hills. Usually, when a cyclone makes a landfall, the eastern side of the eye of the storm is the worst affected”.
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