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Big sea disaster on India! Relam Cyclone may assume severe form, more impact will occur in this state

There are signs of a major marine disaster in the country. At 8:30 am the dip has turned into a depression. The cyclone is moving steadily in the Bay of Bengal. The cyclone, which has turned into a deep depression, is moving at a speed of 8 kmph. The depression is 580 km away from West Bengal.
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There are signs of a major marine disaster in the country. At 8:30 am the dip has turned into a depression. The cyclone is moving steadily in the Bay of Bengal. The cyclone, which has turned into a deep depression, is moving at a speed of 8 kmph. The depression is 580 km away from West Bengal.

The depression may develop into a cyclone this evening or late at night. Wind speed of 107 kmph can be expected. Cyclone Ramal may intensify into a severe cyclone on May 26. May 26 Late night gusts of 120 to 130 may strike.

A landfall is likely between Sagar Dwip in West Bengal and Khepupara in Bangladesh late on May 26. Cyclone Ramal may have the most severe impact over West Bengal.

Cyclone may hit on May 26:

As suggested by the country of Oman, the first cyclone of the pre-monsoon season has been named 'Remal'. Most models agree that Remal will become a severe cyclonic storm and continue to move north towards the Bangladesh coast.

However, there is still no complete consensus among numerical models regarding the cyclone's track, timeline and landfall point. At present, the cyclone is likely to move northwards towards the 'Delta' region of Bangladesh, which lies between Khulna and Barisal divisions. There is a high probability of cyclonic landfall near Patuakhli (old name Khepupara – 21.59°N and 90.13°E) during evening/night on 26 May 2024.

Where will the weather be?

The cyclone is likely to remain at a safe distance from coastal Odisha. Where only moderate strong winds and light to moderate rain may occur. At the same time, the landfall point will not be far from Sundarban region of West Bengal, but it will be far from South 24 Parganas. Weather conditions are likely to deteriorate over North-East India after the system moves inland. States of Meghalaya and Tripura will be at high risk of severe weather.

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