Cyclone Asani Could Weaken, No Landfall In Odisha, Andhra: Climate Workplace

Cyclone Asani: The cyclone will transfer parallel to the east coast, climate workplace stated. (Representational)

New Delhi:

Asani, the extreme cyclonic storm within the Bay of Bengal, packing gale power winds as much as 120 km per hour, was transferring in direction of coastal Andhra Pradesh and Odisha at a pace of 25 km per hour on Monday, however anticipated to weaken progressively over the subsequent two days, the climate workplace stated.

The cyclonic storm lay centred about 550 km southeast of Vishakhapatnam and 680 km south-southeast of Puri at 5:30 am on Monday, a particular bulletin issued by the India Meteorological Division (IMD) stated at 8:45 am.

“It is extremely more likely to transfer northwestwards until Tuesday and attain Westcentral and adjoining Northwest Bay of Bengal off North Andhra Pradesh & Odisha coasts,” the climate workplace stated.

“Thereafter, it is extremely more likely to recurve north-northeastwards and transfer in direction of Northwest Bay of Bengal off Odisha coast. It’s more likely to weaken progressively right into a Cyclonic Storm throughout the subsequent 48 hours,” the bulletin stated.

The system is not going to make landfall both in Odisha or Andhra Pradesh, IMD Director-Common Mrutunjay Mohaptra had stated on Sunday.

He had stated the cyclone will transfer parallel to the east coast and trigger rainfall from Tuesday night.

The climate workplace stated very excessive sea situations have been more likely to prevail over westcentral and adjoining south Bay of Bengal and requested fishermen to not enterprise out within the area for the subsequent couple of days.

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Beneath the affect of the cyclone, coastal Odisha and adjoining areas of north coastal Andhra Pradesh are anticipated to obtain mild to reasonable rainfall from Tuesday night, the climate workplace stated.

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