‘Ashani’ is going to turn into a strong cyclone on Sunday. Although the meteorological office has forecast that the cyclone will probably not hit the surface. Rather, it will continue to move along Orissa-Andhra Pradesh. However, it will also affect the weather in Bengal. (Asani Cyclone Update) Alipore Meteorological Department forecast, Malda and Murshidabad districts in the next few hours with thunderstorms and moderate rainfall is expected. Ordinary people have been warned to stay indoors.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lightning strikes the sea parallel to the coast. At present, meteorologists do not see any possibility of landfall. Lightning is changing its course from West Central Bay. Even after changing the course of the sea, the power is not increasing. On the contrary, it is getting weaker and weaker. For this reason, meteorologists think that there is no possibility of a crash on the coast. On the contrary, the possibility of losing energy and disappearing into the sea is getting brighter. The cyclone will move northwest from Sunday to Tuesday. Its maximum speed on Monday afternoon could be 100 kmph. It will reach near the coasts of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa on Tuesday morning. There the wind speed can be up to 60-70 kmph.
It will change course in the West Central Bay on Tuesday. It will continue to move north-northeast instead of north-west. That is to say, it will gradually move towards North Andhra-South Orissa coast and towards North Orissa coast. The cyclone will leave West Central Bay and move towards North-West Bay of Bengal. Lightning strikes the sea parallel to the coast. The more the cyclone changes direction, the more it will lose its strength. That’s what meteorologists assume. On Wednesday, its speed could reach 90 kilometers per hour.
Rain is unlikely in South Bengal on Sunday and in North Bengal tomorrow. The temperature will rise a bit. The presence of water vapor in the air will also increase the discomfort in South Bengal. Scattered showers with thunderstorms are expected in the districts of South Bengal from Monday. Cloudy skies and thundershowers are likely on Tuesday. Rainfall will be higher in coastal districts. Scattered showers in the coastal districts of South Bengal from Wednesday to Friday. Light to moderate rainfall is forecast in other districts.