The Meteorological Department has given high alert to two states regarding the storm. We know that this year unseasonal rains have caused heavy losses to farmers and many people. Due to unseasonal rains, farmers’ crops have been severely damaged.
At present unseasonal rains are falling in most parts of the country and it is not raining during this month which should be abundant in heat but it is raining. In that, the Meteorological Department has made a big prediction regarding the storm in the coming days. Signs of cyclone formation are being seen in the Bay of Bengal.
#CycloneMocha: The upcoming #cyclone, brewing in the Bay of Bengal will be named Mocha.
Sources in IMD have said some cyclonic storms formed in May over the past few years have directly or indirectly impacted the Bengal.
Hence, the Met Office is working closely with the state… pic.twitter.com/YjAVwRc8jF
— The Weather Channel India (@weatherindia) May 3, 2023
Director General of India Meteorological Department Mrityunjay Mohapatra held a press conference regarding this and the weather system is likely to concentrate into a low pressure area on May 8 and turn into a cyclone on May 9. Along with this, he said in the conference that there are possibilities that this cyclone may advance from the Bay of Bengal.
Elaborating on this, he said that the purpose of providing information about the cyclone is to warn fishermen and people associated with shipping. However, people need not panic.
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May and June are considered summer cyclone months, while September, October and November are monsoon cyclone months. Odisha’s Special Relief Commissioner Satyavrat Sahu said on Wednesday that the state government has already alerted the district magistrates of 18 coastal and adjoining districts and officials of 11 divisions in view of the weather conditions.