Bhubaneswar: Cyclone Latest Updates Odisha: According to IMD DG Mrutyunjay Mohapatra, the possible cyclone is unlikely to have any impact on Odisha because it is extremely likely to proceed towards Bangladesh and Myanmar. “No cyclone warning has been issued for Odisha,” Mohapatra said during a press conference here.
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According to him, a cyclonic circulation created over the southeast Bay of Bengal has resulted in the establishment of a low pressure area today, which is expected to intensify into a deep depression by tomorrow. It is expected to intensify further and become a cyclonic storm by May 10 Wednesday. Mohaptra believes the potential cyclone will alter course and hit the shore on May 12.
According to the IMD DG, the storm is quite likely to continue north and northeast, and therefore approaching Bangladesh and Myanmar.
“Heavy rains are likely to occur in the Andaman Islands today as a result of the low pressure,” he said, adding that an orange rain warning has been issued for the Andaman and Nicobar islands until May 11.
The Bay of Bengal’s southeast and northeast portions will stay rough for the foreseeable future. “There has been no warning issued for coastal Odisha,” he explained.
According to the IMD DG, the system is being constantly monitored, and no rainfall or wind warnings have been issued for the eastern coast states of Odisha, West Bengal, and Andhra Pradesh. However, due to the influence of another weather system, a heavy rainfall warning has been issued for Tamil Nadu.
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