Cyclone Fani : A hazardous ‘fani cyclone’ crisis in South India can run at a speed of 145 km per hour.

The Meteorological Department said that within the next two days Cyclone Fani. The speed of air can rise to a maximum of 145 km/ hour within the equatorial Indian Ocean and thus the Gulf of Bengal, adjoining southwest of it.

Cyclone Fani: A hazardous 'fani cyclone' crisis in South India can run at a speed of 145 km per hour.


Cyclone Fani:

The Indian Meteorological Department said that a deep-pressurized area on the Gulf of southeast Bengal was transformed into a cyclonic storm ‘Fani’ on Saturday. Which would later be transformed into a ‘severe cyclonic storm’.

According to the cyclone warning division of the Indian Meteorological Department. Cyclone Fani is likely to reach the coast of North Tamilnadu and South Andhra Pradesh on the evening of 30 April.

Cyclone Fani is currently located in the eastern equatorial Indian Ocean and the Gulf of nearby southeast Bengal. cyclone Fani is likely to reach the coast of North Tamilnadu and South Andhra Pradesh on the evening of 30 April.

Fani is currently located in the eastern equatorial Indian Ocean and the Gulf of nearby southeast Bengal. According to our assessment, according to our assessment, as per today’s situation.

It will reach the coasts of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, but it is unlikely to collide with it, said additional director general of the Indian Meteorological Department, “Mritunjay Mahapatra. It can turn off before reaching the coast.

We are keeping an eye on this path. ” Cyclone Fani is also the head of the Warning Division.

Director of the Cyclone Fani Warning Center in Chennai, S. Balachandran said that a severe cyclonic storm is likely to be transformed in the next 24 hours of ‘Fani’. He said that the storm name has been named ‘Feni’ on Bangladesh’s suggestion.

There is likely to be heavy rains on 29 and 30 April for the small areas in Kerala. On April 30 and May 1, there may be light to moderate rainfall in some places in north coastal Tamil Nadu and south coastal Andhra Pradesh.

The Indian Meteorological Department

 

The IMD  said that from April 28 there is a possibility of high waves rising in the ocean with the coasts of Sri Lanka, Tamil Nadu, and Andhra Pradesh. The Department has advised the fishermen of the coastal areas of Sri Lanka, Tamil Nadu, and Andhra Pradesh that they should not enter the sea.

The Meteorological Department said that in the next two days, the speed of air can rise to a maximum of 145 km/hour in the equatorial Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Bengal, adjoining southwest of it. The sea was getting very high waves in these areas.

The Indian Meteorological Department advised fishermen not to enter the sea from April 27 to May 1, on the shores of Sri Lanka, Puducherry, Tamilnadu, and South Andhra Pradesh.

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