Watershed in Bay of Bengal is just 540 km away from the Indian coast. Is at a distance of. This storm has turned into a ‘very severe cyclonic storm’ on the ocean surface and is rapidly moving towards the Indian border.
The oceanic cyclone pond lifted in the Bay of Bengal is now just 540 km from the Indian coast. Is at a distance of. On the ocean surface, this storm has turned into a ‘very severe cyclone’ storm and is rapidly moving towards the Indian border.
According to weather scientists, the storm is moving north from the last 6 hours to 7 km per hour. The storm is expected to hit the speed of 200 kmph from the coastal coast of Gopalpur and Chandbali in Odisha on May 3. Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu on Thursday said that all airport authorities have been asked to be alert so that they are ready to deal with the cyclone Phony.
From cyclone, 9 districts of Odisha, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh can be affected. Among the apprehensions of the storm, 8 lakh people have been sent to safe places in Odisha. At the same time, as a precaution, the railway also canceled 22 trains passing through coastal areas on Wednesday. Thus, 103 trains have been canceled so far.