Low Pressure Reinforced into a Cyclonic Storm in the Bay of Bengal
The low pressure in the Bay of Bengal has become stronger. This is why the country’s seaports have been asked to display the number one remote warning signal.
The Weather Department said it will be able to determine the magnitude of the impact and the extent of the impact on May 20, 2020.
This low Pressure may increase and turn into a storm on Saturday evening. However, the direction in which the cyclone will be headed is not yet clear. The weather expert is keeping an eye on the cyclone’s route.
The cyclone is reportedly called Amfan. However, since the cyclone has not yet been formed, the official account is yet to be named. “There is a clear low pressure in the south-eastern Bay of Bengal right now,” said Sanjib Bandyopadya, Deputy Director of the Alipore Meteorological Office.
The lower Pressure may become denser Saturday evening and become a cyclone in the middle of the South Bay. In the beginning, it will move northwest. Then the face will change and move towards the North Bay of Bengal. The experts are also assuming that later this cyclone can turn towards West Bengal, Bangladesh, or Myanmar.
However, there is no specific stake in this. The Alipore Meteorological Office of India said the picture could be more apparent shortly.
Continuous rains and storms have hit the state since the middle of April. According to the Alipore Meteorological Office, the Low Pressure on the Bay of Bengal-Andaman Sea will continue to affect the South Bay.
Then, after the cyclone accelerates, it could hit coastal areas facing the northeast. As a result, the cyclone could move towards Alipore in India or neighbouring Bangladesh or Myanmar.