Red Alert of heavy rain in 6 states, Cyclone ‘Sitrang’ to Take a Fierce Form

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After causing havoc in Bangladesh, the Meteorological Department has issued an update regarding cyclone ‘Sitrang’. The storm has reached Assam. IMD says that during the next 6 hours, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Tripura will see a heavy impact of this cyclone, winds will blow at a speed of 25-35 kmph and there is a possibility of rain and due to this reason here A red alert has been issued. The IMD has said that Arunachal Pradesh, Northeast Assam and areas of Assam, Meghalaya and Nagaland will also receive rain, while the weather will remain dry in Central India, while many districts of West Bengal, Odisha and Assam are already receiving rain and The temperature has decreased.

So far 11 people have died due to ‘Sitrang’ in Bangladesh, but after entering India it has become weak there. In Odisha, the NDRF and administration are on high alert, while fishermen have been stopped from going into the sea and leave of all government employees has been cancelled. The impact of this storm is likely to fall on Sunderbans and East Midnapore.

Northeast flights and many trains have been canceled due to Sitarang. Although the Meteorological Department says that this storm is not as dangerous as the previous Cyclone Amphan, at present the eyes of the IMD are on this storm.

Cyclone means ‘snake coils’, which is derived from the Greek language Cyclos. When a low pressure area is formed in the Bay of Bengal, it moves in a circular form like a snake and is very dangerous. Let us tell you that meteorologists have said that from today to the next two days, there are chances of heavy rains in many states, although the change of weather will depend on the intensity of the storm, which cannot be assessed yet.

Cyclone means ‘snake coils’, which is derived from the Greek language Cyclos. When a low pressure area is formed in the Bay of Bengal, it moves in a circular form like a snake and is very dangerous. Let us tell you that meteorologists have said that from today to the next two days, there are chances of heavy rains in many states, although the change of weather will depend on the intensity of the storm, which cannot be assessed yet.

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