Mora cyclone was formed in the eastern and central Bay of Bengal and is expected to move to the northeastern part of India. According to the Indian Meteorological Department, it is expected to intensify in a “severe cyclone storm” over the next 24 hours. According to IMD, the wind speed will be in the range of 100 to 150 kilometres per hour.
The storm landed at the main port of Bangladesh’s Chittagong city at 6 am Tuesday. The Bangladesh Meteorological Department said in a special meteorological bulletin that it would pack winds of up to 117km after authorities evacuated hundreds of thousands of people in low-lying coastal villages. After the landing, the storm will dissipate, be turning into a deep depression that will cross Tripura, Mizoram, Nagaland, Assam, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh.
According to an Accuweather report, the coastal region of Bangladesh is prone to storms and the densely populated topography has previously given eight of the ten deadliest hurricanes behind the Bay of Bengal. Ganesh Kumar Das, a scientist at the Cyclone Warning Center in the IMD area, Calcutta is quoted in the DNA, which reads: “Under current conditions, cyclone storm can become a severe cyclone storm and move closer to The coast of Bangladesh near Chittagong will not be landing in India.We will not see heavy rain in the range of 70-11 0 mm accordingly and Bengal fishermen were warned not to venture into the sea due to the squalish winds … Just after landing, the model will change and the humidity decreases as it approaches the hills. Usually, when a cyclone makes a landing, the east side of the eye of the storm is the most affected “, May 30, 2017. Precipitation in most places with heavy to very heavy rainfall in some places and torrential rains and TR Licensed strong, probably Assam and Meghalaya. Precipitation in most places
With very heavy rains in isolated locations most likely in Tripura, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh.
May 31, 2017: Precipitation in most places with heavy rains in isolated areas probably Assam and Meghalaya, Tripura, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh.
Wind winds of up to 60 km with gusts up to 70 80 km / h will prevail in Mizoram and Tripura on 30 May. Off-speed winds of 45-55 km / h with gusts of up to 65 km / h South will prevail over Assam, Meghalaya and Manipur and along the west coast of Bengal on 30 May.
Damage to Mizoram and Tripura: IMD warns that there will be no damage in thatched huts. Minor damage to the lines of communication and feeding due to the breaking of branches. Major kutcha damages and minor damages on Pucca roads. Some damage to crops of rice, bananas, papayas and orchards.
Sea conditions would be extremely difficult and the West Bengal coast of May 30 and fishermen have been warned not to venture into the sea for the next 24 hours.
Accuweather The report said there could be significant flooding in Guwahati, Jorhat, Dibrugarh.