A low pressure system is quick heightening over southeast Bay of Bengal and is probably going to incorporate with a cyclonic storm around May 16 night, said India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday.
Cyclone May Hit On 16th May, Low Pressure at Southeast Bay of Bengal
In its most recent forecast, the weather department said that the low pressure system has gotten increasingly noticeable and keeps on picking up strength. It might formed into a cyclonic tempest by May 16 night and move north-westwards at first till May 17. After that it is relied upon to reserve north-eastwards towards North Bay of Bengal during 18-19 May.
In the event that it increases to turn into a violent wind, it will be named Amphan (recommended by Thailand) and could be the first cyclone to be framed in the North Indian Ocean this year.
The climate division gave warning for fishermen not to venture into the south and central Bay of Bengal from Friday onwards and asked those in the ocean to come back to the coast right away. The ocean conditions would stay exceptionally unpleasant over south Bay of Bengal and bordering Andaman Sea throughout the following few days.
Squally climate conditions with wind speed blasting upto 60 kmph is probably going to win along and off north Andhra Pradesh-south Odisha coast May 18 onwards. Moderate rainfall is expected over parts of coastal Odisha and coastal districts of Gangetic West Bengal during a similar period, while heavy rainfall is likely over Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
“In association with the above system, the conditions are also becoming favorable for advance of southwest monsoon over south Bay of Bengal, Andaman Sea and Andaman and Nicobar Islands around May 16,” said IMD, which is expected to announce the onset date for the southwest monsoon on Friday.