A cyclone in the Bay of Bengal could condense into a cyclone storm Jawad by December 3.
The areas of Srikakulam, Visakhapatnam and Vizianagaram in Andhra Pradesh and the coastal areas of Orissa can be affected. IMD has issued red warnings to several districts of Orissa.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi held an important meeting on Thursday to discuss the situation related to cyclones in the country. The conference will become into force by an imminent cyclone in the Bay of Bengal. A cyclone in the Bay of Bengal is expected to intensify into a cyclone storm Jawad by December 3.
By the morning of December 4, winds coming from 90 km / h to 100 km / h will cross the coasts of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa.
Heavy rains and tsunamis accompany the coastal areas of these states. Cyclones are expected to affect the Srikakulam, Visakhapatnam, Vizianagaram and Orissa coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh. In addition, heavy torrential rains can occur in the coastal areas of West Bengal and the regions around Ganga.
The sea conditions are very rough, with gusts reaching 45-55 km / h and potentially 65 km / h on December 3rd. According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, wind speeds are expected to reach 80 km / h on the morning of December 4 with gusts of up to 90 km / h.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba held a meeting of the National Crisis Management Commission (NCMC) on Wednesday to review the readiness of the central ministries before the cyclone landed.
Gauba emphasized that fishermen and all vessels at sea need to be recalled immediately and that people in areas potentially affected by the cyclone should make every place clear as soon as they can.
Mrutunjay Mohapatra, Director of the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), gave a presentation at the conference, detailing the current situation of the cyclone and the expected travel routes.
IMD has a red warning & # 40; means heavy torrential rain & # 41; Gajapati, Ganjam, Puri, Jagachinpur district in Orissa. The fourth award was given in Kendrapara, Kathak, Kuroda, Nayagarh, Kandamaru, Rayagada and Koraput districts, and on the same day, a yellow al was issued to make it clear that heavy rains had fallen in the districts of Barasor, Barak, Jajpur and Markangiri it was done.
The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has 32 teams in Andhra Pradesh, Orissa and West Bengal, with more helping hands waiting. The Army and Navy are even on their toes for their ships and aircraft.
The Coast Guard has already begun extensive precautions on the east coast, given the approach of the cyclone. A Coast Guard disaster response team (DRT) with inflatable boats, lifebuoys, and life jackets is waiting for disaster response, according to a tweet from a Chennai defence spokesman on Wednesday.
Everything about Cyclone Jawad:
Then, on December 30, a cyclone that struck southern Thailand and its surroundings appeared in the Andaman Sea. It then moved west-northwest, concentrating on the second coast of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa, with heavy rains and tsunamis, at wind speeds of 90 km / h to 100 km / h until the morning of December 4.
“There are cyclones that can hit Srikakulam, Visakhapatnam, and Vizianagaram in the coastal regions of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa, as well as heavy rains in West Bengal’s coastal and heavy areas. “said the IMD statement.
The updates are as follows:
PM Modi’s chair meets in a cyclone situation
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be conducting a conference on the state of cyclone induction in the country, sources said on December 2. In a meeting with senior officials, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was informed that there is a majority of possibility of cyclone hitting the north coast of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa.
Due to the IMD forecast of a hurricane hitting the Orissa coast on December 4, the state government sent 13 district collectors on December 1 to NDRF, ODRAF, and a fire department for rescue and rescue operations. Forecast, a cyclone in the southern Andaman Sea will be closed on the 4th-PTI
Andhra Pradesh CM Places Senior IAS Staff in Andhra Pradesh Northern County Prime Minister Y. S. Jagan Mohan Reddy has ordered authorities to grasp the situation in Jawad before the cyclone, warn with the predictions of the India Meteorological Department and take necessary measures to mitigate the impact. Over the phone, he spoke to collectors in the Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, and Visakhapatnam districts and asked them about their preparations.
The official on alert for Cyclone Jawad Warning in North Andhra Pradesh
Vizianagaram and Srikakulam district a County Council have been informed by the India Meteorological Department that cyclone warnings will be valid until December to their respective predator offices and all coastal Mandal headquarters to minimize the effects of heavy rains and even they have set up a control room.
The control room (Vizianagaram-08922276888) (Srikakulam-08942240557) monitors rain conditions and takes steps to control major damage. According to the latest breaking news from IMD, the formation of negative pressure associated with the cyclone circulation to the central troposphere can lead to depression. It can be intensified as a cyclone storm and will travel along the northern coast of Andhra Pradesh until Saturday, December 4, 2021.
Unusual rain with gusts hits Maharashtra
Maharashtra was hit by thunderstorms and gusts of extraordinary rainfall on Wednesday, hitting several parts of the state, including Mumbai and Pune. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicts light to moderate rainfall this Thursday in these areas and northern Maharashtra and the Concan region.
We advised farmers, especially rice farmers, to complete the harvesting process and store the products in a safe place. Odisha is preparing for the cyclone The Orissa government instructed district collectors on Wednesday to prepare plans to evacuate people by December 3, when a cyclone is likely to form in the central part of the Bay of Bengal and its route is known.
Executive Secretary Suresh Chandra Mohapatra, Chair of the High-Level Conference on the Potential of Cyclone Formation, has instructed coastal collectors to maintain multipurpose cyclone protection and consider the availability of dry feed.
NCMC reviews preparation
The National Crisis Management Committee (NCMC), led by Chief Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba, will meet on December 1 to consider the imminent cyclone preparations in the Bay of Bengal, which could hit Andrapradesh, Orissa and West Bengal. Did.
The state’s top bureaucrats have instructed various central and government agencies to “avoid loss of life and minimize damage to property, infrastructure, and crops.” “The Chief Cabinet Secretary also emphasized that the state government should make every effort to immediately recall fishermen and all vessels at sea and evacuate people in areas potentially affected by the cyclone as soon as possible. “The Union statement said. Ministry of Interior. -PTI
32 NDRF Team (A.P., Odisha, W.B.)
The director of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) notified NCMC on December 1 of the current state of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal, which is expected to intensify into a cyclone by December 3.
The meeting was informed that the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) had deployed 32 teams in these states and additional teams were waiting. Army and Navy rescue teams, as well as ships and aircraft, are ready to act as needed.
Chief Secretary and senior officials of Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, West Bengal and Andaman and the Nicobar Islands told the Commission “Preparations to protect and minimize the population through the expected routes of the cyclone. Damage to the infrastructure after Hurricane Sturm.
Assuring the state government that all central offices were ready and available for assistance, “Mr Gauba” announced. Oil, Fisheries, Telecommunications, NDRF, IMD, Chief of Integrated Defense Staff and National Civil Defense Agency-PTI
Cyclone Storm Possible to Attack Andorra’s Odisha on the Morning of December 4:
IMD The India Meteorological Department (IMD) announced on the morning of December 4 that a cyclone is likely to hit the coasts of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa. At 8:30 am, a low-pressure system occurred in and around southern Thailand. According to IMD, it is likely to surface in the Andaman Sea within the next 12 hours. “Then it will probably move west-northwest and call itself until the 2nd-PTI.
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