Cyclone Yaas: Intensify to severe cyclone storm in 24 hrs
On Wednesday the legislatures of Bengal and Odisha are on high alarm for the serious cyclonic tempest Yaas traveling their way from the Bay of Bengal and prone to make landfall late.
On Sunday the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that the typhoon is probably going to make landfall on May 26 evening between Paradip in Odisha and Sagar islands in West Bengal in the wake of escalating into an exceptionally serious cyclonic tempest’ with wind speed going from 155kmph to 165 kmph, blasting to 185 kmph.
Yaas is relied upon to be probably pretty much as extreme as Cyclone Tauktae which hammered into the west coast a week ago however more agreeable than Cyclone Amphan which hit Bengal precisely one year prior and for around three annihilating minutes supported breeze velocities of 240 kmph. At any rate 80 individuals lost their lives.
In the two states, the National Disaster Response Force, the military and the Coast Guard have been squeezed into administration.
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