Cyclone Yaas update in Odisha: Cyclone Yaas in the Bay of Bengal, the Odisha government has issued a high alert in coastal districts. Suresh Chandra Mohapatra, the Chief Secretary of Odisha, declared on Friday that all of Odisha’s coastal and neighbouring districts had been placed on high alert.
On Friday, a conference was conducted with all line departments, including the NDRF, Coast Guard, INS Chilka, DG Police, and DG Fire Service, Chief Secretary Mahapatra said.
Mahapatra said, Keeping in mind the Meteorological Department’s forecasts, All relevant departments, including power companies, rural and urban water supply departments, health departments, the Odisha Disaster Response Force, and the National Disaster Response Force, are on high alert to ensure that manpower and vital supplies are available. is preserved.
‘The process of identifying large-scale cyclone shelters and safe buildings has started,’ Mahapatra said. Everything that is required for relief and rescue has been arranged. He also stated that the administration is also completely prepared to handle with Cyclone Yaas.
According to the state’s chief official, all of the cyclone’s paths will be known in the next two to three days. The state will next select where to focus its efforts.
The Odisha government has alerted 14 of the 30 districts in view of the Indian Meteorological Department anticipating the Yaas cyclone to pass through the Odisha-West Bengal coast on 26 May.
According to Special Relief Commissioner Pradeep Jena, the fisheries department’s warning has prompted fishermen to return to shore. He said that the Indian Coast Guard is patrolling the sea with two planes and the ship Paradip to guide ships and fishing boats to the beach before cyclone Yasa hits.
According to the Meteorological Department, a low pressure region could form over the Bay of East Central Bengal and the adjacent North Andaman Sea on May 22. By the 24th of May, it is forecast to move north-west and become a cyclonic storm.
After this, the storm will continue to move northwest and will intensify. According to the Yaas cyclone update in west bangal, this storm will reach the northern Bay of Bengal near Odisha-West Bengal coasts on the morning of 26 May. Cyclone Yaas may be landfall in Balasore or Digha IMD said not exactly location detecte not yet now. Heavy to heavy rainfall start in 25 may.
Cyclone Yaas Wind Speed:
|Bhubaneswar:||May 26 morning will range from 65-75km/ph|
|Jagatsinghpur:||Wind speed will be 80 km/ph|
|Kendrapada:||Wind speed will be 80-90 km/ph|
|Balasore:||May 26 will touch 100-110km/ph|
He said that, though the meteorological department has not yet provided information on the cyclone’s potential, track, speed, and position of hit on the coast, both the Odisha and West Bangal government has started preparations.