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Fresh Delhi, Dec 03: Cyclone Jawad will hit Puri in Odisha round midday on Sunday, the Weather Department has said. The cyclone is anticipated to trigger heavy to very heavy rainfall in nearly all districts of south Bengal.


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“Depression intensified into a DD at 0530hrs IST of Third Dec 2021, over the west central and adjoining south BoB discontinuance to Lat. 13.4°N & Length. 86.4°E. To intensify into a CS in the heart of next 12 hours and inch to succeed in west-central BoB off north Andhra Pradesh-south Odisha coasts by day after at present morning,” the IMD tweeted. Hiss the full LIVE updates here:

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In step with IMD, the cyclonic storm Jawad is anticipated to hit off Puri fly on Sunday. The cyclone will trigger heavy rainfall in three states together with Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal.

The title of the cyclone — ‘Jawad’ — has been proposed by Saudi Arabia. High Minister Narendra Modi yesterday reviewed the preparedness to accommodate the exclaim.

Very heavy rainfall is probably going to start in north coastal Andhra Pradesh and south coastal Odisha by at present night. The depth of rainfall is probably going to elongate on Saturday, IMD officials said.

Deep Despair in Bay could well intensify as cyclonic storms in next 8-10 hours. Verbalize administration has ready its response measures for an imaginable landfall in Ganjam, Puri or Jagatsinghpur. Anticipated linked wind tempo will be 80-100kmph, PK Jena, Odisha’s Special Reduction Commissioner said.

A low despair in southern Thailand is gradually gathering in energy to comprise a severe cyclonic storm . It is anticipated to enter India throughout the South Adaman sea ahead of making a landfall between Odisha and Andhra Pradesh fly on December 4 in the morning.

The met division has more over predicted that the sea will be tough alongside the fly of Bengal. On Saturday morning the wind tempo on the fly is probably going to be at round 75 to 80 mph. Fishermen had been warned to no longer project into the sea from Friday to Sunday. Those at sea had been suggested to diagram abet by Thursday.


The Bengal government has issued a waring to the farmers to reap and bind the corn that is quiet lying in the fields as severe rainfall could well effort the vegetation. Heavy to very heavy rainfall is probably going to happen on December 4 and 5 in several districts of the bid, together with Kolkata, South and North 24 Parganas, East and West Midnapore, Howrah, Hooghly, Nadia and Jhargram, the Bengal government said in its alert.


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