Cyclone Jawad to wreak havoc, red alert issued

The rain is also increasing rapidly with cold in the month of December. On the other hand, cyclone Jawad is threatening Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. The Met department has recently said that cyclonic storm Jawad is likely to hit the coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha by next Saturday morning. Amidst all this, the Met department has issued a red alert warning of heavy rain in several districts of Odisha from December 3.

On the other hand, the Met department has said that the districts of south Odisha are likely to receive heavy rain on December 3. At the same time, the Met department has also said that the storm may lead to waterlogging on the roads, reduce visibility on the roads and damage to unpaved roads. People have been asked to avoid leaving the house unnecessarily. Just yesterday, the Met department official informed that only after depression has occurred, we will be in a position to predict the location and intensity of the cyclone crossing the coast. The Met department has also said that the intensity of rain in Odisha will increase from Saturday as heavy to very heavy rainfall is likely to occur in coastal districts and interior districts.

Let me tell you that the Met department has issued a red alert for Gajapathi, Ganjam, Puri and Jagatsinghpur districts. An orange alert has been sounded in Kendrapara, Cuttack, Khurda, Nayagarh, Kandhamal, Raigada and Koraput districts on Saturday. Recently, the Met department has informed that "low pressure of cyclone is now in the Andaman Sea. It can then move west-northwestwards to the south-east and the central part of the nearby Bay of Bengal on December 3. On Saturday morning, 4th December, it is likely to hit the coastal areas of north Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. '

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