India on special alert for cyclone ‘Ashani’


here is a risk of another cyclone in India. This time the cyclone ‘‌Ashni’ is coming with increasing anxiety. According to the Alipore Meteorological Department of West Bengal, low pressure has formed in the South Andaman Sea and South-East Bay of Bengal in India. Today, Saturday, it will move further north-east. Special warnings have already been issued in various coastal areas of India for fear of the cyclone.

According to the Meteorological Department, the low pressure could turn into a cyclone on Sunday evening.

Meanwhile, the cyclone Ashani is expected to hit the northern Andhra-Orissa coast of India next Tuesday, gradually advancing to the north-west. There is a risk of heavy rain due to thunderstorm. At the same time, strong winds can blow.

Meanwhile, special warnings have been issued for the residents of the coastal areas. The meteorological office has banned fishermen from traveling at sea from next Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the main administrative office of West Bengal, Navanna, is busy dealing with cyclone ‘Ashani’. Early warning has been issued in Sundarbans, Kakdwip.

In Orissa and Andhra Pradesh, meanwhile, extra precautions have been taken for cyclone Ashani. Warning has been issued in 16 districts of Orissa. Warning has been issued at Khurda Road, Cuttack, Ganjam, Gajapati, Puri, Jagat Singh Pur, Kendrapara, Jajpur, Bhadrak, Balasore, Nayagarh, Mayurbhanj, Keonjhar, Dhenkanal, Malkangiri, Koraput, Raigarh and Kandhamal. The control room will be opened there. Work has also begun to relocate residents of coastal areas.

In the meantime, satellite phone and digital mobile radio communication systems have been set up in six coastal districts. Various precautionary measures have also been taken in Andhra Pradesh. However, it is not yet clear where the cyclone could initially hit. The Indian Meteorological Office did not say how much the cyclone would affect West Bengal, or not at all.

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Meanwhile, the temperature in the Bay of Bengal is changing due to the cyclone. As a result, it may not even hit the coast in the end. Cyclones can lose power in the ocean.