New Delhi: Monsoon in India is taking a sharp turn day by day. Now, amidst all this, the coastal states are once again under the threat of cyclones. Yes, recently, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a cyclone alert in the districts of north coastal Andhra Pradesh and southern parts of Odisha fearing cyclone. In a recent new update, IMD said, "A low-pressure area has been created over the Bay of Bengal, which is likely to intensify into a cyclonic storm in the next 12 hours.''
You must be aware that last year also, many cyclones wreaked havoc on the Indian coasts one after the other. In fact, in 2020, the Bay of Bengal received three cyclonic storms, while the Arabian Sea was hit by two cyclonic storms. These storms had destroyed the lives of many. Now, this year also, the Indian Meteorological Department has issued an alert for the cyclone. According to the information received, the impact of the cyclone from the Bay of Bengal is likely to be seen in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh.
Issuing cyclone alerts in these two states, the MET department has said, "The cyclonic storm may continue for two days on Saturday and Sunday and is likely to weaken on Monday. It is also said that the storm is likely to cross south Odisha north coasts around Kalingapatnam by the eve of September 26.''