As predicted, ‘Yaas’ turned into a cyclone on Monday morning. The storm will blow at a speed of 155-165 kmph on Wednesday evening. Sometimes the speed of the storm can reach 180 kilometers per hour.
According to the forecast of meteorologists Yaas has been in the same place in the East-Central Bay of Bengal for the last six hours. By increasing the power at that time, it has turned into a cyclone. At present (Monday morning at 5.30 am) it is 600 km north and northwest of Port Blair, 540 km east and southeast of Paradip Island, 650 km south and south-east of Balasore and 630 km south and south-east of Digha. . In the next 24 hours, it will move further north and north-west and become a severe cyclone. In the next 24 hours, a very strong cyclone will form. Gaining more strength, it will land on Wednesday evening between the Orissa Paradip and the sea of West Bengal.
How fast will the storm?
According to the meteorological office, strong winds of 40-50 kmph may blow from Monday afternoon onwards. Gusty wind speeds can reach up to 60 kilometers per hour. The storm may blow at a speed of 50-60 kmph on Tuesday evening. Sometimes it can reach 60 kilometers per hour. The speed of the storm could increase to 60-70 kmph on Tuesday night. Gusty wind speeds can reach up to 60 kilometers per hour. The storm may blow at a speed of 90-100 kmph from Wednesday morning. Which will continue to grow until evening. Sometimes it can reach 110 kilometers per hour. The storm will blow at a speed of 155-165 kmph on Wednesday evening. Sometimes the speed of the storm can reach 180 kilometers per hour.
Heavy to very heavy rains will fall in Midnapore, two 24 Parganas, Howrah and Hughli on Tuesday. Heavy rains are likely in Jhargram, Midnapore, two 24 Parganas, Howrah, Hooghly and parts of Kolkata on Wednesday. Nadia, Burdwan, Purulia, Bankura, Birbhum are likely to receive heavy to very heavy rainfall. Heavy rains are likely in Malda, South Dinajpur and several places in Murshidabad.
It is forbidden to go to the Central Bay of Bengal from Monday to Tuesday. Till Wednesday, the meteorological office has banned entry to the sea adjacent to the Bay of Bengal, Andhra Pradesh-Orissa-West Bengal-Bangladesh coast.