There no Chance of Cyclone but Depression in the Bay of Bengal, rainfall may be continued
Adnan Mahfuz Tazvir (class VIII – English version,
Motijheel Ideal school and college, Dhaka.)
Over the last few days, Bangladesh has continued to face rain and hail. The rains have also caused extensive damage to crops. In some areas, paddy fields have been washed away due to hailstorms. Also due to its rain farmers facing difficulties in processing and drying their paddy after its harvesting from the fields.
The rain that is falling in the country for the last few days is basically formed inside the country from the vaporized water. But this time clouds are flowing from the Bay of Bengal towards the coast of the country.
The origin of the clouds is known to be formed near the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, not far from the Bay of Bengal. And a light pressure is also created over there.
Due to this pressure, there is a possibility of heavy rain in the Barisal and Chattogram divisions of the country. At the same time, the Flood Forecasting and Warning Center said that there is a possibility of moderate rains in other parts of the country.
Therefore, the meteorologists think that the current rainfall in the country may increase and will be continued for the next 4 to 5 days.
On the other hand, the Global Meteorological Agency of Weather has published a report on the depression in the Bay of Bengal.
They said that a cyclone is going to be formed in the Bay of Bengal for the first time this year. They said that it would affect between 30 April to 5th May. The cyclone is worried to take its shape by 2nd May. The name of the Cyclone will be ‘Amphan’.
But no depression can store too much energy at this time before the monsoon winds come. However, a lot of clouds are created with it. So, the effect is that there will a possibility of heavier rainfall and wind.
Meanwhile, meteorologist of the Global Meteorologist Department thinks that the current depression is less likely to turn into a Cyclone. But it is more likely to turn into depression.