After Amfan, the universe crashed in Maharashtra, India. The remains of that cyclone have not yet been cut. The tragic memory of Amfun in particular is still fresh in our minds. This time another cyclone named ‘Gati’ is expected to make Durga Puja boom. This information has come out from a report published on the website of Bharatbharat newspaper.
A week ago, the Indian Meteorological Department predicted that cyclone ‘Gati’ would hit West Bengal before Pujo. According to Bharatbarta, Cyclone ‘Gati’ will enter into a strong form along the coast of Andhra Pradesh on Monday morning. As a result, the wind will start blowing at a speed of 65 kilometers per hour. Heavy rain is expected. Red alert can be issued in Andhra Pradesh.
Reportedly, the depression from the Andaman Sea is now located in the Bay of East-Central Bengal. By conserving energy, it will move north-northwest, the Met Office said. Although it will not have a direct impact on West Bengal, it is expected to have some impact on the state.
Heavy rains are predicted in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands due to the effects of depression and cyclones. Even parts of the Bay of Bengal have been reported to be very bumpy. As a result, heavy to very heavy rainfall is expected in various districts of the state. Kolkata will be partly cloudy today. There is a slight chance of rain with one or two thunderstorms. There will be discomfort of humidity due to water vapor in the air.