Cyclone Gulab Tracker Update over Odisha & West Bengal: According to the Alipore Meteorological Department, the depression has already turned into a deep depression. There are twin cyclone has already formed into the sea.
Cyclone Gulab tracker showing towards Orissa: Memory of Yaas.
The Alipore Meteorological Department forecast that the depression has already turned into a deep depression and will turn into a cyclone on Sunday.
Then on Sunday afternoon, the storm could hit the Orissa-Andhra coast with great force.
Perhaps, West Bengal will probably get relief from the direct hit by cyclone Gubal. Therefore, the residents of the northern part of the state are not free from the rains.
Will there be any Cyclone in Kolkata? Red alert in Kolkata
Yes, after Gulab there is another cyclone coming towards Kolkata and nearby. However, the cyclone is coming through the Myanmar island. The cyclone satellite map showing it will directly hit Kolkata and nearby areas.
Probably, the cyclone will hit Kolkata on 28 September 2021 (Monday). As a result, heavy rains are forecast in 9 districts, including Kolkata, from Tuesday.
Government asked fishers to return from the deep sea by Friday. Meanwhile, the weather office has instructed them not to go to sea for the next 48 hours.
As a result, the sea will be rough due to the upcoming cyclone. The West Bengal government has already issued a red alert. The Coast Guard and the NDRF team are being ready to face one more disaster.
Cyclone Gulab Name and its effects
The name ‘Cyclone Gubal’ is from Pakistan. The Alipore Meteorological Department said hurricane Gulab could hit the Orissa-Andhra Pradesh coast on Sunday.
As a result, there is a possibility of heavy rainfall in the coastal areas of the state. There may be moderate to heavy rains in several other districts.
Storms are not likely in Kolkata or nearby. However, the sky will be cloudy. Due to the effect of roses, heavy rain is expected in East Midnapore on Sunday.
The rest of the southern districts, including Kolkata, are likely to receive light to moderate rainfall.
Cyclone Gulab Tracker and location
According to the Meteorological Department, the storm Gulab is currently in the form of a deep depression. Gradually it will turn into an intense depression.
However, the Cyclone Gulab tracker showing it will eventually hit the Orissa coast in the shape of a cyclone. Meteorologists believe that the cyclone Gulab speed may reach 80-90 kilometers per hour.
Heavy Rainfall Alert in South Bengal on Tuesday. The Alipore Meteorological Department has given such a forecast on this day.
Upcoming cyclone in Kolkata on 28 September 2021
According to the weather office, a new depression and cyclone are forming over the Bay of Bengal. Due to this, South Bengal may float in the rain again.
There is a possibility of heavy rain in East Midnapore and South 24 Parganas on Sunday. Several districts, including South 24 Parganas, East Midnapore, West Midnapore, and Jhargram, will likely receive heavy rains on Monday.
The rest of the districts are forecast to receive light to moderate rainfall.
Heavy rains are expected in almost all parts of South Bengal, including Kolkata, on Tuesday.
According to Sanjeev Bandyopadhyay, next Tuesday, heavy rains are likely in two parts of Midnapore, 24 Parganas, Howrah, Hooghly, Purulia, and Bankura.
There will be less rain in the rest of the districts of South Bengal. Indeed, there is also a risk of lightning.